Welcome to Annandale Galleries

Annandale Galleries opened in 1991 in a former Methodist Church built in 1860 and subsequently converted to a Masonic Hall in 1920. There are three exhibition spaces totalling over 240 square metres.

We run 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.  

Annandale Galleries is situated on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and future.


SOFT COPIES Kalanjay Dhir • Alexandra Jonscher • Nadia Odlum • Warden
Kalanjay Dhir • Alexandra Jonscher • Nadia Odlum • Warden
Curated by Andrew Chrisite
Coming to terms with our preoccupation with online spaces, these artists assess how we construct, alter and share our sense of identity. With a focus on materials and process they unsettle the distinctions between the tangible and the digital.

Responding to the triumphs and pitfalls of the ever-increasing flow of technology the concept of ‘flow’ recurs in each work, whether relating to the flow of traffic, nature or information, they provide a highly considered and often humourous take on the changing nature of our interconnected bodies navigating digital spaces.

E-book and E-catalogue available 3 August
Exhibition dates: From 6 August
Opening: 6 August 12–4 pm