Yellow House is a famous and impressive art space located in Sydney's inner-east. It was established in the early 1970's by the Sydney artist Martin Sharp.
This unique venue is based on the concept that the house should be the artwork itself. The walls, ceiling, floor and structural features of the Yellow House became the canvas of a living artwork that existed and functioned within the local community in the 70s. This art-work-house was decorated and designed by some famous local artists in a collaborative effort, and has become a notable feature in Australia's history of contemporary and popular art.
If you are seeking a unique public art space
, you need to check out the Yellow House. It is easily accessed by walking from other key city attractions
, and the water views and well-kept local streets of the area make for a delightful journey by foot. Address: 59 Macleay Street, Potts Point, NSW, 2011.