Andrew Browne’s ‘silver’ launches Gallery 2


By Lauren Zoric

Andrew Browne‘s exhibition silver launches Gallery 2, our new intimate space on Saturday 19 November, from 1pm-4pm.

Following our recent move to Level 5, we are pleased to launch Gallery 2 with Andrew Browne’s exhibition, silver.

The shimmering surfaces of Andrew Browne’s paintings, encased in specially designed aluminium frames, are complemented by the airy, light filled gallery and echo the original modern steel framed windows.

Designed by Peter Elliott AM, Gallery 2 is an intimate space allowing us to present a range of creative projects in tandem with our annual exhibition program.

Responding to the original features of the1930s Art Deco building, Peter Elliott uncovered a wall of east facing windows. Gallery 2 reveals a view of several Melbourne landmarks: The Windsor Hotel, St Patrick’s Cathedral, the Melbourne and Lyceum Clubs, Peter McIntyre’s 1960s car park, as well as a secret city garden.

Image: Gallery 2, photography by Andrew Curtis.


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