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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.

Artereal Gallery: Pushing Boundaries

Luisa Catanzaro brings her experience in finance to the Artereal Gallery business model. Her agile, fluid and collaborative approach to management is echoed in the work of Artereal’s artists.

Hugo Michell Gallery: Young Hearts

For Adelaide dealer Hugo Michell, supporting the next generation of artists and collectors is at the heart of his gallery.