Manningham Art Gallery
Current opening hours are 11.00am to 4.00pm Thursday to Saturday.
All visitors to the Gallery are required to comply with current COVID safe practices and legislative requirements.
Upon your visit, you must:
- check-in via the Service Victoria app
- provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or valid medical exemption
- maintain social distancing
- wear a mask, unless you are under the age of eight or have a medical exemption and can provide proof of this
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Please visit the Victorian Department of Health for the most up to date information on COVID-19.
About Manningham Art Gallery
Manningham Art Gallery presents an eclectic exhibition program featuring works by local and Victorian artists, as well as touring shows from across Australia.
Our exhibitions are supported by a range of public programs such as artist talks, workshops and other participatory events to encourage engagement with the arts in multiple and diverse ways.
Matthew Dunne: The Killing Sink and Tasmina K Majles: A Symphony of Dichotomies
Friday 28 January to Thursday 3 March 2022
We are excited to launch our 2022 exhibition programme at Manningham Art Gallery with shows by two Melbourne based visual artists Matthew Dunne and Tasmina K Majles.
At first glance these two artists embody disparate practices and methodologies, Dunne with a thought provoking and haunting black and white photo series that ultimately acts as an expose on crimes against native Victorian wildlife.
Whilst Majles explores the dualities of our lived experience through mediative and nature inspired watercolours, ink and found objects, approaching shape, form and colour, with playfulness.
But at the heart of both artists practice an inquisitiveness and an attempt to unravel the complex relationships between people and nature can be found.
*Please be aware that The Killing Sink exhibition contains images of deceased wildlife and imagery of a sensitive nature.
Image: Install View, A Symphony of Dichotomies, Manningham Art Gallery, January 2022
Manningham Art Gallery is accessible by wheelchair.
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