Sarah Scout Presents makes it Easey

The Melbourne gallery will re-open its doors in Collingwood this month.

Words: Erin Irwin

Presents has now made the move to the arts hub of Collingwood, with its doors to open on Easey Street this week.

The gallery, which originally opened in 2009 and focuses on conceptually driven works, made sure to find the perfect location – one that balances the gallery’s emphasis on presenting bold new works to collectors in on a domestic scale, whilst still embracing the experimental practices of their stable. It is fitting then that the space will be christened with a group show featuring works by Anna Finlayson, who specialises in site-specific installations and assemblages, Simone Slee, whose practice pushes the boundaries of sculpture, and Christian Thompson, a multidisciplinary artist who focuses on identity and hybridity.

Sarah Scout Presents will reopen on Saturday 20 April at 47 Easey Street, Collingwood.

This article was posted 21 April 2024.

Image: 47 Easey Street, Collingwood. Photo: Wolf Nitch, 2020. Courtesy: Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.


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