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2015 Archibald Prize winner Archibald, Wynne and Sulman exhibition on now

2015 Wynne Prize winner Archibald, Wynne and Sulman exhibition on now

2015 Sulman Prize winner Archibald, Wynne and Sulman exhibition on now

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On 5 August we kick off our live music series Faces from the crowd with Alex Cameron and our new film series Wild in the streets with Misère au Borinage, a classic of the 'cinema of reality’, followed by Eisenstein’s first film Strike, which is also one of his finest.

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On the Gallery’s upper level, we’ve hung a few previous Archibald Prize finalists that are now part of the collection, including Vincent Fantauzzo’s Heath which won the 2008 People’s Choice award.

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Bringing sound to silence

Made in the early 1930s, on the cusp of the sound era, 'Misère au Borinage' is considered one of the most significant works of early political cinema, but screening it posed a particular challenge to the Gallery, which saw us creating a voice-over and musical soundtrack to accompany this silent classic.

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Brett Whiteley Studio

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Brett Whiteley: sculptures and ceramics

Sculpture is one of the most important but least recognised aspects of Brett Whiteley’s oeuvre. The latest exhibition at the Studio is populated by giraffes, sharks, pelicans and wrens as well as sensitive, curvilinear distortions of the human figure.

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See the Archibald Prize free

Become a member during Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2015 and receive a free exhibition ticket plus go in the draw to win 1 of 5 fantastic art packs.

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