Mick Gallery opens in Paddington - Art Collector

From left, John McDonald and Marise Maas with Artforum publisher Knight Landesman at the Mick Gallery launch dinner in August. Courtesy: Mick Gallery, Sydney

10 October 2011 | Megan Dick is getting ready to open the doors of her new space, Mick Gallery. Dick, the former gallery manager at Wagner Gallery, has taken over Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art’s old space on Gurner Street in Paddington.

The gallery will open on 24 October 2011 with a solo exhibition by sculptor Julia deVille. Later exhibitions will feature the work of Nicholas Blowers and Geoff Dyer, as well as Amelia Disspain and Jessica Tremp.

Contemporary and emerging artists will be shown on the ground floor, with private treaty works on view in the upstairs gallery space. An outdoor sculpture courtyard at the rear of the gallery will be used to exhibit local and international artists in conjunction with Sydney’s Sculpture by the Sea festival.

Dick, who has over 10 years’ experience in arts-related PR, commercial gallery management and private art brokering, will be joined by Caroline Jones, former head of Australian art at Menzies Art Brands.

She premiered the gallery concept at a private dinner in August where
Artforum publisher Knight Landesman was the guest of honour.

Jane O'Sullivan

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