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Since opening its doors in Bronte in 2010, The Gallery Shop has been one of Sydney’s premiere galleries to showcase contemporary Aboriginal Art. Due to popular demand, The Gallery Shop is excited to announce the launch of its second space, The Gallery – Potts Point.

In a clever marriage between technology and gallery space, by utilizing your smart device with the QR codes displayed in the gallery window, passers-by can access information about the works and artists, day or night. Aboriginal art dealer and owner Nichola Dare explains, “whether you are looking to buy or just want to browse, the design of the gallery makes it easy for customers to purchase or peruse the art at their leisure.”

Exhibitions at The Gallery – Potts Point will change monthly, showcasing Aboriginal artists from remote community art centres throughout Australia. Nicola’s close work with remote communities has given her access to curate and bring exceptional new works to the city. The current exhibition is Billy Benn and Conway Ginger’s My World, a contrast of pleasures, with Ginger’s whimsical etchings and watercolours playing with the bold complexities of Benn’s more established work.

My World will run till June 26, you can find The Gallery in the vibrant laneways of Potts Point, on the corner of Orwell Street and Llankelly Lane.

35 Orwell Street, Wednesday to Friday, 11am-6pm and Saturday, 10am-4pm. Details: www.thegalleryshop.com.au.