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Small in scale but large in imagination, these 40 forms provide an overview of the best of contemporary sculptural practice from every state and territory in Australia contained in a single room.
Building upon a teaching and touring archive, 50 artists have gifted significant artworks to the National Art School Collection. Those gifts are unveiled in an exhibition that reads like a roll call of Australian art history.
The National Gallery of Australia had one of the largest acquisition budgets in the world in the 70s. A new exhibition forces us to question the value of the arts today.
This exhibition shows that Ledger was so much more than an actor; he was an inspiration to anyone with a creative inclination to experiment – to just do it.
What do a cake tin, flower stamens, and robotic headdresses have in common? Nothing, but they make for a great exhibition about art and technology.
Hello World: Code and Design reflects upon what we already know of the future, as well as its imminence, and challenges our perception of what will come next.
25-years ago six Aboriginal women from WA’s Kimberley region and Western Desert exhibited together for the first time. The landmark show is being restaged.
Diverse in place and practice, and versatile in style and technique, these 63 finalists come from every state and territory in the country.
Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly Series blends fact and fiction at Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Rewriting the history of women into biography and portraiture in an erudite, nuanced and patient exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
In an era where the idea of surveillance can lead to notions of paranoia, discomfort and invasion of personal space this exhibition has particular resonance.
The fantastical meets the factual in these images and video stills created by medical research scientists from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.
Spanning two levels of the Ian Potter Gallery, Melbourne University, this exhibition explores the relationship between unionism and the arts in Australia.
Traditional or unconventional, these drawings in Australia’s pre-eminent prize contain the art of conception and the craft of execution.
These two powerful exhibitions, Karrabing Film Collective's The Mermaids: Mirror Worlds and Haegue Yang's Triple Vita Nestings, are now on display at the Institute Of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Contemporary art shines in Far North Queensland.
This is an exhibition worthy of the serious curatorial lens it has been given, and speaks of the richness of university collections.
Albert holds a mirror up to our own collective memory and places it in scrutiny – asking: how visible is our racist past to our present?
An eclectic exhibition that offers a different take on stop-film animation, drawing and woodblock prints.
This drawing biennial is a considered and erudite take on the medium today.
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