Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
Exhibiting edgy and often controversial Contemporary art is the mission of this Paddington gallery, which opened in 1982. In particular, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery highlights Asia-Pacific artist, especially in Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. The nondescript, two-story white building has hosted the works of notable artists like Bill Henson, James Angus, and Fiona Hall. Artist talks and group shows are a part of the monthly calendar, as well as the promotion of public art installations like Windwatcher by Mikala Dwyer, a colorful windsock (almost 35 feet long) mounted on the tall chimney of a local brewery.