Robin Gibson Gallery

Robin Gibson Gallery

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278 Liverpool St., Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia

This Darlinghurst neighborhood gallery has dedicated itself to promoting the provocative and edgy works of artists, both well-established and up-and-coming, within the Contemporary art form. Owner Robin Gibson launched his eponymous gallery in 1976 inside an 1850 residence building, and now exclusively represents such major Australian artists as Bryan Westwood and Clement Meadmore. This two-story, three-room gallery is a member of the Australian Commercial Galleries Association and showcases pieces from multiple mediums, including photography, ceramics, and sculpture. Exhibits change every four weeks, and previous artists on display have included Ian Grant, Tim Storrier, and Brett Whiteley.

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