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K6 Gallery

An exhi­bi­tion space in a pair of old phone box­es in the cen­tre of Southamp­ton, UK.

K6 Gallery was set up in 2015; it has a permanent exhibition space inside a pair of grade II listed, red telephone boxes in the centre of Southampton. Designed by architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1935, the K6 was the sixth incarnation of the red phone box; a smaller and more streamlined version of the K2 model.

A small team of volunteers run the gallery, developing and delivering a rich program of exhibitions and events in non-traditional art spaces across the city, engaging audiences by showcasing both local and national artists.

The gallery is a non-profit entity. Entrance is free.

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