Tonight, the Hon Michael Kirby returns to Art After Hours to reflect on the role of art in protest and change. Before his talk, join the Gallery’s deputy director and curator of Go East, Suhanya Raffel, for an overview of the exhibition. Afterwards, you can catch a live performance of Indian classical music or a screening of the Korean mystery thriller Oldboy.
A new addition to the collection, by renowned British artist Anish Kapoor, is on display in the upper Asian gallery. It joins several other important works by Kapoor in the AGNSW collection.
Award-winning architectural practice Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA has been selected to work with the Gallery to design the Sydney Modern Project.
There’s much fun to be had at the Gallery this July school holidays with free performances and drop-in artmaking activities.
We’ve launched two innovative digital tools – Art Sets and Art Tours – offering new ways to interact with the Gallery.
Explore artists and works back to 2005 in the annual exhibition of outstanding student artworks, developed for the HSC examination in Visual Arts in NSW.
CHISWICK at the Gallery is the perfect spot for a quick bite, a drink at the bar or lunch before or after enjoying our exhibitions.
For those of you encountering the new acquisition 'Fool’s gold' at the Gallery and wondering why the name rings bells, the artist Fiona Hall has been popping up all over news services in recent weeks as Australia’s representative at the Venice Biennale.
Sculpture is one of the most important but least recognised aspects of Brett Whiteley’s oeuvre. This new exhibition, opening 5 June 2015, is populated by giraffes, sharks, pelicans and wrens as well as sensitive, curvilinear distortions of the human figure.
Thinking of travelling? A tour with the Gallery offers a memorable experience with like-minded people. And you’d be helping us buy art too with the funds raised.