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Twenty Years in Surry Hills
The gallery of Ray Hughes began in Brisbane in 1969 as Gallery 1Eleven in Musgrave Road. In 1972 it moved premises to trade as Ray Hughes Gallery on Enoggera Terrace. In February 1985 a second gallery was opened in Sydney in the Jersey Road space of the late Rudy Komon. In 1988, the principal gallery moved to its present location at 270 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills. The following year the gallery in Brisbane was closed and the Sydney gallery continued to show the work of prominent Queensland artists through the 1990s until present. In 1999 Ray Hughes first travelled to China and soon after began exhibiting the works of China’s emerging avant garde in the Sydney space. Today the gallery represents Australian, New Zealand and Chinese Contemporary artists as well as holding a significant stock of German Expressionist graphics.
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