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Art Month: The Collectors' Space

Where
46 Balfour St
Chippendale NSW 2008
Australia
Shapiro Gallery Annex
When

Every day, 10am to 6pm Sunday 15 March to Saturday 28 March

Collector Space: See inside the city's private collections.

Exhibition: Collectors’ Space: Finders, Lovers, Keepers.

15 to 28 March, Shapiro Annex Gallery, 46 Balfour Street, Chippendale

Art Month Collectors’ Space will again unveil artworks from some of Sydney’s most exciting private collections. Glimpse prized works from the personal collections of established creative duos and tastemakers shaping the scene today. Curated by Rowena Talacko, the exhibition showcases works from some of Sydney’s most respected collections: Nicki Townsend and Andy Martyr; Patricia and Robert Postema; Stephen Cassidy and Richard Perram OAM; and Lindsay Clement-Meehan. 

Event: Inside the Collectors’ Space

Saturday 28 March, 2pm-4pm, Shapiro Annex, 46 Balfour Street, Chippendale 

Join Curator Rowena Talacko in conversation with the dynamic creatives behind the Collectors’ Space this year. Learn how they started their art collections, the stories behind the works, and gain valuable insight into starting – or expanding – an art collection of your own.

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