Since opening its doors in 2001, Blender Gallery has made a name for itself as the go-to for music photography and limited edition rock ‘n’ roll prints in Sydney.
Housed in a white-fronted terrace on Elizabeth Street in the heart of Paddington, Blender’s two-storey space exhibits some of the most iconic images in music – including photos of Neil Young, Bowie and The Beatles through to Bob Dylan, Keith Richards and Simon & Garfunkel.
Serving as the official Australian representative of the Rockarchive.com in the UK and the Morrison Hotel Gallery in the US, Blender hosts an awe-inspiring collective of Australian and international photographers including Tony Mott, Terry O’Neill, Brian Aris, Mick Rock, Curt Gunther, Ethan Russell and Patti Boyd.
To keep it fresh, Blender hosts a constantly revolving roster of exhibitions. In addition to music photography and prints, Blender also sells a choice selection of vintage analogue cameras, music books, Polaroid cameras and film, not to mention vintage back issues of Rolling Stone. Music and photography lovers of every kind should make time to take in this great little music gallery.
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