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Put yourself in the picture at Melbourne's commercial galleries, which are scattered throughout town or framed along popular visual art destination Flinders Lane.
Aboriginal Art Melbourne
Shop 20 Block Arcade, Melbourne
Australian By Design presents the outstanding works of The Miss Emily Aboriginal group. The group are from Robinvale, beside the Murray River in the north west of Victoria, near Mildura. Their roots in this area go back 40,000 years.
AILAVIUitaly (I Love You Italy)
Clock Tower, Ground floor, 28/247 Drummond Street, Carlton
Ailaviuitaly (pronounced 'I Love you Italy') promotes the artistic work of young contemporary Italian artists.
Anna Schwartz Gallery
185 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Anna Schwartz opened this Flinders Lane gallery in 1986, and represents some of Australia's most respected contemporary artists.
ARC ONE Gallery
Ground 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
In the heart of the Melbourne arts precinct, and established in 2002, ARC ONE represents some of Australia’s most highly respected contemporary artists.
ArtVo is an immersive art gallery or ‘trick art’ gallery – the first of its kind in Australia. Unlike normal art museums, visitors are encouraged to touch and interact with the artworks, photographing themselves and becoming part of the art.
Australian Mallee Art
Australian Mallee Art showcases a wide array of contemporary Aboriginal art and design. Paintings are representative of the major styles of Indigenous art.
Room 14, Level 7
37 Swanston Street, Melbourne
BLINDSIDE is an independent contemporary arts space committed to supporting and promoting contemporary art practice across a broad range of media.
Bridget McDonnell Gallery
130 Faraday Street, Carlton
Established in 1983 for collectors of early and modern Australian art, the Bridget McDonnell Gallery has been in its current Carlton location since 1986.
Basement 325 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
In the Flinders Lane art precinct, contemporary art gallery Daine Singer represents artists including Sean Bailey, Lane Cormick and Peter Davidson.
Level 1 171-173 King Street, Melbourne
Challenging the convention of a traditional art gallery, DUDSPACE is the antithesis of the white cube. DUDSPACE is a non-for-profit contemporary art gallery aimed at presenting a critically engaged program of exhibitions.
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