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Tolarno Galleries information
Lonely Planet review
Tolarno was an integral player in Melbourne’s most famous mid-century artistic marriage, between Georges and Mirka Mora. It was once raucously bohemian, but now many years and several sites later, it’s a serious, cerebral contemporary space, with exhibitions changing monthly. It's not well signed, so look for the art deco Centenary Hall building.