ART FAIR / 7-10 JAN 21 / POINT NEPEAN / PORTSEA

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From 7 – 10 January, Quarantine Art Fair will be set in the historic Commanding Officer’s House on the clifftop of Portsea’s Point Nepean National Park. The art fair brings forth an exciting presentation of contemporary art from leading Australian artists and galleries.

Built in 1852, the Commanding Officer’s House will provide a unique environment in which to experience exhibitions from a select group of Melbourne’s most notable galleries. The property will be transformed into a suite of dynamic exhibition spaces by participating galleries: Kalli Rolfe Contemporary Art, Melbourne; LON Gallery, Melbourne; Murray White Room, Melbourne; Neon Parc, Melbourne; Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne; STATION, Melbourne & Sydney and THIS IS NO FANTASY, Melbourne.

With presentations of painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and photography, from both emerging and senior Australian artists, Quarantine Art Fair will create an engaging environment for visitors to not only explore, but to purchase contemporary art.

Quarantine Art Fair draws its name from the rich history of Point Nepean as a quarantine station whilst also giving a gentle nod to the year we have all experienced. Surrounded by rolling lawns and stunning views of Port Phillip Bay, it will provide the perfect setting for summer afternoons of fine art, champagne and food.

Please join us at the Pommery Bar under the bough of the Moreton Bay fig to enjoy a glass of Pommery champagne or a Four Pillars G&T…. or two.

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Partner

Vault

Event
Partners

Pommery Chateau La Gordonne Four Pillars Kay & Burton Fever Tree Whispir

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Supporters

Elvie & Leo 7Apples Dody Oliver
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