Gus Van Sant's extraordinary 'Elephant'
Open until 10pm
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For the month of May, Art After Hours is celebrating the Biennale of Sydney, Australia’s largest and most exciting contemporary visual arts festival. Join us to celebrate the ideas, art and people of the 19th Biennale of Sydney: You Imagine What You Desire. Tonight artist Bindi Cole will speak about her moving video installation, on display in the Gallery, with writer, presenter and producer Nell Schofield. Then don’t miss our film screening of Elephant, the controversial Palm d’Or winner at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival, as part of our Biennale States of mind film series.
7 May 2014
Contemporary art guided tourAn introduction to contemporary art highlights in the Gallery
Duration 1 hour. Free.
Duration 1 hour, 21 minutes. Free.
Gallery closes (Art After Hours)Some parts of the Gallery have different hours
19th Biennale of Sydney
You Imagine What You Desire
21 Mar – 9 Jun 2014
12 Mar – 11 May 2014
hidden treasures from the National Museum, Kabul
7 Mar – 15 Jun 2014
8 Feb – 18 May 2014
until 14 Sep 2014
In the flesh
Picasso, Bacon, Freud, Soutine
12 Apr – 22 Jun 2014
The haunted lotus
6 Mar – 1 Jun 2014
until 14 Sep 2014
Your mind is exactly at that line
until 3 Aug 2014
22 Mar – 2 Jun 2014
Macquarie Capital is proud to be the principal sponsor of Art After Hours. In bringing together art, food, film, wine, talks and performances the Art Gallery of New South Wales has created a celebration of art and culture that promises to be thought provoking and inspiring. The late opening hours on Wednesdays provide a fantastic opportunity for the community to come together to explore and enjoy some exceptional examples of creative achievement. We invite everyone to share in this rich cultural experience.
On Wednesdays the Gallery stays open late for Art After Hours
Cafe open until 9.30pm
Gallery Shop until 9pm
Study room open until 7.30pm
Library and archive open until 6.30pm
Courtesy bus runs every 15 mins from 7pm until closing from the Gallery to surrounding car parks and Martin Place
Art After Hours is supported by Gallery members