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Reko Rennie
No sleep till Dreamtime

until 30 Nov 2014

Reko Rennie’s art explores issues of Aboriginal identity within an urban environment. This work takes its cue from the Beastie Boys single 'No sleep till Brooklyn’.

My trip
Micky Allan, Max Pam, Jon Rhodes

until 7 Dec 2014

Explores the connections and disjunctions of travelling in ‘strange lands’ and recording photographically what is thought, seen and experienced.

Drawing out
Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial 2014

until 26 Jan 2015

This first in a series of curated exhibitions on Australian drawing features Australian artists for whom drawing is central to their practice and who work in and from the landscape.

Pop to popism

until 1 Mar 2015

A major survey of Australian and international pop art, featuring over 200 works from local and overseas collections including the Andy Warhol Museum, Tate and MoMA.

Alchemy-pop

Fri–Sun only until 15 Mar 2015
(See exhibition page for exact dates)

Brett Whiteley Studio, Surry Hills

Special hours

Reveals Brett Whiteley as an artist who uses all manner of styles, movements and other influences – from surrealism via Duchamp to pop art as well as contemporary events and his own life.

Kay Rosen
Map of the world

until 26 Apr 2015

In her wall-to-wall project for the Gallery’s entrance court, American artist Kay Rosen conjures with big questions of possession, occupation and cultural territory.

Conversations
through the Asian collections

until 4 Oct 2015

In a major refresh of our Asian galleries, this exhibition brings old and new together in a series of dynamic conversations.

Our spirits lie in the water

until 1 Nov 2015

Drawn from across the country and from the 1930s to the present, these works from the Gallery’s collection give evidence to the complex knowledge Indigenous Australians have of water and its myriad forms.