Art auction house D+H relocating to gallery in Sydney's Paddington

Art auction house D+H relocating to gallery in Sydney's Paddington
Art auction house D+H relocating to gallery in Sydney's Paddington

Art auction house Deutscher and Hackett are relocating from Sydney’s Oxford Street, their home for 10 years, to Paddington.

D+H will operate from 16 Goodhope Street from July 10, it said in an announcement.

Formerly the Sherman Galleries and operating as the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation [SCAF] since 2008, 16 Goodhope Street is considered one of the most prestigious gallery spaces in Australia, it said.

The gallery has hosted major solo exhibitions by leading Australian artists, as well as large scale installations by international luminaries such as Ai Wei Wei.

D+H to move on and the perfect timing to move into Goodhope Street.  

Dr Sherman is now changing SCAF into an event-based cultural enterprise, Sherman Centre for Culture & Ideas [SCCI], which will partner with major institutions to hold projects, seminars and exhibitions.

The gallery space at Goodhope street will now be occupied by D+H while the SCCI headquarters will remain in the adjoining property. 

With the final SCAF exhibition concluding at the end of June, the gallery space will also begin a new chapter in its history.

Deutscher and Hackett said their inaugural auction preview exhibition at Goodhope Street will be Important Australian Works of Art from the estate of the late James O. Fairfax AC from 24 – 30 August.

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