One Hundredth Gallery opens in Prahran - Art Collector

A work by Mark Harman. Courtesy: One Hundredth Gallery, Melbourne

23 May 2011 | A new rental space called One Hundredth Gallery opens in Prahran, Melbourne this week.

Run by director Charles Hardman, the gallery is dedicated to giving emerging creatives an opportunity to exhibit their work. Wall and floor space can be rented by the metre and the gallery charges a 10 per cent commission on all sales.

Exhibitions will include the work of designers, illustrators and filmmakers as well as artists.

The first exhibition will feature work Brian Mangano, Janicke Johansen, Michell Guo, Mark Hammon, Wolfgang Glowacki, Pete Goodlet, Mark Harman, Kylie Mouat and Kate Hursthouse.

One Hundredth Gallery opens on 27 May 2011 at 49 Porter Street, Prahran.


Jane O'Sullivan


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