Outré Gallery specialises, in their own words, in “contemporary international pop, lowbrow, pop surrealism, modern folk and underground art”. With prices that range from “yes I could afford that” to “my car cost less than this”, it’s a great place for gifts for your more discerning (and deserving) friends. Some works are available unframed but most have framing included in the price (great if you want some art that's ready to hang on your wall).
Many of us have been spending more time at home recently than we may have ever expected. So maybe you’re OK with bare walls or that one Pulp Fiction poster you’ve owned since university (you know the one), or maybe you’re wanting to add a little art to your home.
Trouble is, where do you start? People can feel intimidated when buying art, or that they can’t afford it. But there’s a huge world of art out there, with something for every taste and budget. Our tip? Buy art that you love, that makes you feel something. At the end of the day, it’s going in your house, so unless you’re buying art as an investment, the most important thing is to buy art that you love. Here's where to buy art in Melbourne, no matter the budget.