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The Coleman Burke Galleries are now closed. The three spaces showed contemporary art in two Maine locations, Brunswick and Portland, as well as in New York City.

The downtown Portland space was located in the all-window storefront space of Port City Music Hall on Congress Street. Opened as an art space in 2009, the location allowed for the 24/7 viewing of site-specific art and showed a total of nineteen installations over its four years, closing in June 2013.

Coleman Burke Gallery Brunswick, the inaugural gallery which opened in 2007, was a 4,200-square foot space located in the Fort Andross Mill on the Androscoggin River. The gallery served as a venue for artists to create large-scale, site-specific works of art. Closing in August 2013, twenty-seven exhibitions took place over its six years of operations.

Founded in 2009, Coleman Burke Gallery New York (formerly RedFlagg), was located in the Terminal Building in the Chelsea arts disctrict of Manhattan. The gallery exhibited both established and emerging artists. Twenty exhibitions took place during the gallery's three year run, closing at the end of 2011.


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Other Gallery Locations: > BRUNSWICK > NEW YORK