A contemporary gallery with a commercial edge that demands closer inspection
Cube’s exterior is positively modest compared with some of its neighbours, which include tattoo parlours and shops selling kimonos, violins and antiques. Inside, you’ll find a diverse selection of contemporary work, from photography to sculpture, ceramics and abstract oil canvases.
It’s a quiet, sparsely furnished space that can be intimidating to walk into – but don’t worry, folk here are very friendly, and stopping by to browse is warmly encouraged. Shows change every two weeks – sometimes more often. Jack Frame’s oil on gold-leaf canvases are a favourite, as are Katie Allen’s macro/micro landscapes, and Peter Monaghan’s perspective-shifting, Perspex graphic creations.
It’s centrally located on Park Row, so chances are you’ll walk past at some point. When you do, it’s worth extending that pause in front of the window in order to step through the door.
|Venue name:||Cube Gallery|
12 Perry Road