Tolarno Galleries

A: Level 5/104 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC

P: +61 3 9654 6000




Rosemary Laing: swansongs

Tolarno Galleries presents photographs and sculptural assemblages by Rosemary Laing.

Get Ready for Melbourne Art Fair 2024

Check out the fair’s full lineup, special events, and much more…

Tolarno Galleries Expands Stable

Guruwuy Murrinyina will join the Melbourne Gallery.

Hannah Gartside: This body is experiencing pleasure

Tolarno Galleries presents work by Hannah Gartside.

What’s on for Melbourne Art Fair 2024

Find out what we know so far about the gallery list, program highlights, and a new commission…

Justine Varga: End of Violet

Tolarno Galleries presents work by Justine Varga.

Tolarno Galleries in a new light

Tolarno Galleries relocates to a new art space in the Melbourne CBD with a focus on lighting.

Inaugural Judy Wheeler Commission awarded to Elizabeth Willing

Brisbane based artist to complete first of ten annual commissions at PICA, Perth.

Joint winners announced for Ellen José Art Award

Moorina Bonini and Elham Eshraghian-Haakansson share $15,000 award for young female artists.

Curator’s Radar: Caroline Rothwell

These artists have recently garnered significant attention from curators of public galleries.

Collector’s Dossier: Judy Watson

It’s rare to find the work of an artist so prolific remain as considered, poetic, and important as that of Judy Watson.

Art Collector x MAF 2022: Tolarno Galleries

Tolarno Galleries presents work by Christopher Langton at the Melbourne Art Fair 2022.

Melbourne Art Fair Returns

After two years of forced closures, Melbourne Art Fair returns with its most innovative program to date.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Caroline Rothwell

Watch Camilla Wagstaff in conversation with Caroline Rothwell about her project ‘Infinite Herbarium’.

Tolarno Galleries now representing Kieren Karritpul

Melbourne gallery adds Ngen'giwumirri artist and recent Ramsay Art Prize finalist to its stable.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Amos Gebhardt

Watch Joanna Kitto in conversation with Amos Gebhardt about 'Family Portrait'.

Melbourne Art Fair Goes Virtual

Melbourne Art Fair to host virtual fair in June.

MAF participating galleries

Melbourne Art Fair returns to Melbourne in June.

A whale of a time: Patricia Piccinini’s 2020 commission

The NGA presents Patricia Piccinini’s Skywhalepapa, a radical hot-air balloon sculpture.

Rosemary Laing honoured in Japan

Rosemary Laing picks up the Overseas Photographer Award at the 35th Higashikawa International Photography Festival.

Sydney Contemporary brings fresh works in 2019

Your first look at the galleries and artists showing at Australia’s largest annual art fair.

Biennale of Sydney announces 2020 exhibition: NIRIN

The Biennale of Sydney announces the first artists, creatives and collectives to participate in the 2020 exhibition titled NIRIN.

Photographer Justine Varga wins Dobell Drawing Prize

A photographer without a camera, Justine Varga, has won the 2019 Dobell Drawing Prize.
Brook Andrew

Brook Andrew appointed 22nd Biennale of Sydney artistic director

The forthcoming Biennale of Sydney artistic director is travelling far and wide in his search for art.

Elizabeth Willing: Good Taste

Elizabeth Willing’s practice has a distinct materiality that engages all the senses.

Melbourne Art Fair Gallery List Announced

The art world has been waiting with bated breath to hear about the gallery line-up at Melbourne Art Fair.

Sydney Contemporary Announces 2018 Gallery List

Sydney Contemporary has stepped up its program for its first year as an annual art fair.
Sydney Contemporary 2017 performance

Fair de Force: Sydney Contemporary 2017

Barry Keldoulis isn’t joking when he says he’s most looking forward to the well-earned holiday that will follow the busy and hugely successful Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.

Brendan Huntley: Blurred lines

Brendan Huntley moves seamlessly between music and visual art, drawing and sculpture and tradition and rebellion.

Caroline Rothwell: Grants and Residencies

Born into a family of scientists, including a father who was an industrial chemist, Caroline Rothwell finds that an investigative approach comes naturally.


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