Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert opened in August 2019, focusing on both important visual art and collectible design - the first of its kind in Australia. 


The gallery represents some of the finest contemporary artists from Australian and New Zealand, living locally or abroad. Particular importance is placed on connections and how art and design sit together in a space. Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert’s program includes solo and group exhibitions by emerging, mid-career and established artists and designers who are interested in pushing boundaries, who feel new and brave and make us consider the world the work reflects or engages with. It’s artists are selected for international museum exhibitions and biennials/biennales and are found in the collections of important private collectors and public galleries around the world. 


The gallery is located in Rushcutters Bay, nestled between the Paddington and Potts Point gallery precincts. Importantly, the space was chosen for its light and aspect. The gallery employs clean lines and an exciting new approach to exhibiting, occuping a purpose-built exhibition and working space which brings together both natural and architectural elements for the display of art and collectable design. This furthers the importance placed on living with art and design together. 




Sally Dan-Cuthbert is an established Sydney art advisor. After more than 30 years working in fine art, Sally has shifted her focus to include functional art and contemporary design through the opening of Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert. The gallery now provides the platform to support important artists and designers through exhibitions and demonstrate her holistic approach to collecting. 


Sally’s career has included curating the 60th Anniversary Exhibition for The Blaxland Gallery, art specialist for Christie's Auctioneers in Australia and for the past 28 years as an independent fine art advisor. Her clients range from private individuals to large corporations and her practice is highly respected. Sally has always worked with fine artwork and design in collecting, placing particular importance on marrying the work with its environment. This often means working closely with artists, architects, designers and clients to ensure a perfect result. 


Over the years Sally has built up important relationships with galleries, curators, artists and collectors which has kept her at the top of her profession. She has sat on benefactor and advisory committees for not for profits and public galleries and she is a benefactor of public galleries and Biennales/Biennials.




Bachelor of Art Theory - University of New South Wales


Gallery AssociateJulie Masterton

Masters of Contemporary Art Practice - The Royal College of Art London
Bachelor of Design in Visual Communications (First Class Honours) - The University of Technology



Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) - University of New South Wales