Tonight, we get an in-depth demonstration of contemporary weaving, a craft that was used to create The lady and the unicorn tapestries and is still just as popular today. Listen to wonderful live music inspired by The lady and the unicorn or watch the final film in our Cinema ’68 series – Ingmar Bergman’s Shame.
Sydney-based artist Joan Ross discusses works in the collection that have inspired, influenced or simply delighted her.
These school holidays, bring the family along and discover a world of activities and workshops inspired by the magic of The lady and the unicorn.
Discover the stories behind one of the world’s greatest treasures, the beautiful and enigmatic The lady and the unicorn tapestry series.
CHISWICK at the Gallery is perfect for lunch, a quick bite or drink, or dinner on a Wednesday. Dining packages available.
Learn more about the project to transform the Gallery with new and expanded spaces for art, performance, film, study and cultural programs.
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Looming eight metres high, Brett Whiteley's giant pair of matches has become a Sydney landmark, marking the approach to the Art Gallery of NSW from Woolloomooloo. The sculpture has just undergone extensive conservation treatment.
The Studio at 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills was the workplace and home of artist Brett Whiteley. An exhibition of rarely seen works from his formative years charts his journey to figuration through abstraction and shows how his early mastery of line, tone and edge informed his life-long pursuit to represent the human figure through art.
Join Tim Draxl one of Australia’s foremost cabaret performers for a night of smooth vocals that will tug at your heartstrings, celebrating love in its many forms, past, present and future.