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Soho Gallery

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Published April 23rd 2010
Since March 1995, the Soho Gallery has sought to provide a compelling space for contemporary Australian art. Established by Nigel Messenger, the Soho Gallery's self-proclaimed objective is "to encourage all aspects of creativity in the art world through promotion, exhibition, and placement."

It is difficult to predict which particular area or style of art will capture the interest of the Soho Gallery; the artworks are teasingly diverse. This month, the works of Jerzy Michalski will be on display, embodying the theme of urban realism. Later in the year, a sculptural exhibition of contemporary bronze works by Andrew Rogers will be the focus of the gallery.

Apart from the exhibitions on display in the premises, the Soho Gallery also provides art framing services during office hours from Monday to Friday. The gallery is willing to provide quoting services without obliging the customer to retain the services, and boasts "competitively priced high standard picture framing services." Although art is undoubtedly the Soho Gallery's primary interest, they also provide display frames, diplomas, and events photos.

The gallery is located at 104 Cathedral St, Woolloomooloo. Woolloomooloo is a striking Sydney suburb, sitting on the harbour's edge, with industrial and historical views. It takes no more than three minutes to drive from Pitt Street in the Central Business District to Cathedral Street. With various restaurants and points of scenic interest, a visit to the Soho Gallery can be part of a night on the town.
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Why? To experience Australia's contemporary art scene
Where: Woolloomooloo
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