Tolarno Galleries

Former bohemian stronghold turned cerebral art space

Seething notoriety and breathing artistry since the mid-20th century, Tolarno has inhabited several spaces over the years but has found a fine home here on the corner of Flinders Lane. The days of Georges and Mirka Mora causing a ruckus with their art, film and performing confederacies remain in the resin but today the focus is firmly on the gallery's dfiverse and well-respected stable of artists.

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Tolarno Galleries details

Fourth Floor
104 Exhibition St

Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9654 6000

Open Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 1-5pm

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