September 10, 2020
Dominik Mersch was recently interviewed for an article by Domain in the Sydney Morning Herald within a profile on Rushcutters Bay. Elicia Murray writes, “Rushcutters Bay is a rare beast. Where else in Sydney would you find glamorous harbour-view apartments sharing a neighbourhood with sprawling parklands, sawtooth-roof warehouses, posh car dealerships and edgy art galleries? German-born Dominik Mersch relocated his contemporary fine art gallery from Waterloo to a former sail-making workshop in Rushcutters Bay seven years ago.”
In conversation, Mersch regards the eclectic neighbourhood as Sydney’s answer to Chelsea, the gentrified riverside suburb in London where bohemians rub shoulders with bankers. “We’ve got a prestigious car dealership on one side and a wholesale butcher, who is actually my landlord, and smash repairers on the other side. There’s a really nice mix, which I think is important for a contemporary art gallery.”
Read the full article here.
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