Gannon House Gallery

Overview

Gannon House Gallery showcases Australian Contemporary and Aboriginal Art in an historic building in The Rocks. Gannon House has one of the largest collections of Indigenous art (Aboriginal art) in Sydney including paintings from the central and western desert and paintings and artefacts from Arnhem Land. The gallery is also a signatory to the Indigenous Art Code.

There is an extensive collection of artwork in paint, glass, timber, metal and enamel by Australian contemporary artists. Gannon House works with the artists they represent to show a high quality collection of Australian art.

Operating for over twenty five years in the Rocks, Gannon House Gallery prides itself on close relationships with the communities and artists it represents . All the staff at the gallery work with the artists and are happy to share their extensive knowledge about Australian art and culture.

Artists represented by the Gallery range from emerging artists to internationally recognised artists, giving an extensive selection to choose from for every taste and budget.

The Gallery is located in Argyle Street, close to the Harbour and Circular Quay in The Rocks and is easily accessible by bus, train, or ferry and there is parking available near by.

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