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Vivien Anderson Gallery: Striking a Chord

Vivien Anderson remains motivated by the relationships with her artists, the strength of their ideas, and their unwavering ability to grasp the zeitgeist.

The Commercial: Talent and Nous

Far from its humble beginnings in a small shopfront in inner-city Sydney, The Commercial – now occupying a nine-metre-high concrete warehouse – is all grown up.

Chalk Horse: Chalking it up

With a new space and a new mission, Sydney ARI turned commercial gallery Chalk Horse is no one-trick pony.

Michael Bugelli: Old world, new world

In one of the oldest Georgian buildings in Australia, young dealer Michael Bugelli has created a multipurpose gallery space full of nooks, crannies and secrets.
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Hopkinson Mossman: Looking Out

A mix of originality, ambition and drive has catapulted this relatively young space to the top of the Aotearoa art scene.

Neon Parc: An artist’s gallerist

Melbourne Gallery Neon Parc has risen to success by bending the traditional gallery model.

Starkwhite: Forward thinkers

Auckland Gallery Starkwhite has an ambitious, constantly evolving approach to the local and international market.

Two Rooms: Broader Visions

Auckland Gallery Two Rooms is strengthening ties between the New Zealand and international art worlds.

Michael Lett: Ahead of the curve

Michael Lett gallery has a surprising approach to running their pre-eminent New Zealand space.

Sarah Scout Presents: Closing the Gap

Sarah Scout Presents occupies premises in Melbourne that allow the gallerists to present work the way a collector might live with it.