Richard Goodall Gallery

59 Thomas Street | Manchester M4 1NA
Phone: 0161 832 3435

The Richard Goodall Gallery is a contemporary art and photography gallery and shop in Manchester's Northern Quarter. Opening in 2000, the gallery was the first large scale photography gallery outside of London, and has since expanded into exhibiting contemporary paintings, rock art and other creations. It showcases between eight and 10 different exhibitions a year, as well as stocking a large amount of art, photography and limited edition prints for sale. The gallery has previously exhibited work by the likes of Ronnie Wood, Leonard Cohen and Anton Corbijn, and has also held an exhibition of work based on the Hacienda, showcasing many never before seen items connected to the club. It was also one of the first places to create fine art lenticular images as large scale art pieces, the products of which have since been put on permanent display in New York. Due to its rising popularity, a second gallery has since opened on High Street which similarly sells contemporary art at affordable prices. [Charlotte Davies]


Richard Goodall Gallery
59 Thomas Street
Manchester M4 1NA

Richard Goodall Gallery

Opening Hours:
Tues: 11:00 - 18:00
Wed: 11:00 - 18:00
Thur: 11:00 - 18:00
Fri: 11:00 - 18:00
Sat: 11:00 - 17:00

Phone: 0161 832 3435