Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Neild Avenue Maze
This tiny maze of thigh-high hedges hides behind a gargantuan plane tree on a Paddington backstreet, squished into a cranny between a...
Australia’s oldest villa (1824), this restored Georgian mansion was built by Robert Cooper with profits from his gin business (he named...
Paddington Reservoir Gardens
Opened to much architectural acclaim in 2008, this impressive park makes use of Paddington's long-abandoned 1866 water reservoir,...
One of the points on a five-pointed, road-junction star, this beautifully renovated pub is spread over four floors. At the top, both the...
'Artisan sourdough' is the speciality of this minichain of bakery cafes, and the toast with ricotta and the sourdough sandwiches are...
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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation information
After 21 years as a cutting-edge commercial gallery, Sherman celebrated its coming-of-age by reopening as a not-for-profit gallery. The focus is on temporary exhibitions of work by influential and innovative artists from Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East.