Annandale Galleries opened in 1991 in a former Methodist Church built in 1860 that became a Masonic Hall in 1920. There are three exhibition spaces totalling over 240 square metres.
Annandale Galleries runs a schedule of prominent Australian contemporary and indigenous artists, as well as being the Australian representative of such international luminaries as Zadok Ben-David and William Kentridge.
Artists of the Gallery
sculpture, paintings, works on paper, bark paintings, ceremonial poles
PLEASE NOTE THE GALLERY WILL BE CLOSED ON THE 21ST AND THE 28TH OF MAY. WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
Annandale Galleries has reopened for 2017 with a group show featuring works from Andrew Blake, John Bulunbulun, Marc Chagall, Maurice Cockrill, Sam Francis, Geoffrey de Groen, Malaluba Gumana, William Kentridge, John Mawurndjul, Adrian McDonald, Samuel Namundja, Kim Spooner, Elwira Titan, Vanuatu, Djirrirra Wunungmurra and Owen Yalandja.
Exhibition dates: March 8 - April 8