Daine Singer opens doors in Fitzroy
Monday 22 October 2018
Daine Singer is a contemporary art gallery that has recently moved to Fitzroy. The gallery was established in 2011 in Flinders Lane, Melbourne, and relocated to Moor Street, Fitzroy earlier this month.
The gallery exclusively represents a group of fifteen artists from Australia and New Zealand and also presents occasional curated exhibitions and solo exhibitions by unrepresented artists.
Daine Singer will open the gallery's new Fitzroy location with a solo exhibition by Zoë Croggon. Croggans' exhibition luce rossa is a series of works created during her residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, as recipient of an Art Gallery of New South Wales Studio Scholarship.
Rear 90 Moor Street
+61 (0)410 264 036
12 – 5 Wednesday to Friday
12 – 4 Saturday
The gallery is wheelchair accessible with some limitations. There is access via the roller door, please ring the bell on arrival. The gallery is in a bluestone lane which has no steps, but is bumpy and may be challenging for those with limited mobility.
Dogs are welcome.