Our new film series, Merrily we go to hell, begins celebrating brilliant female directors. And comedian Carlo Ritchie leads you through a playful world of Duchampian hijinks.
Born 26 June 1906, Frank Hinder created drawings and paintings remarkable for their rhythmic harmony, lyrical colour and sophistication of design.
Join us at the Gallery for this celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, with a host of events for all ages.
In the lead up to the Archibald’s 100th birthday, we’re seeking information about or images of Archibald Prize works not currently on our website.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales announced the Edmund Capon Fellowship in 2013 to honour Edmund Capon AM OBE for his 33 years of leadership.
Learn more about the project to transform the Gallery with new and expanded spaces for art, performance, film, study and cultural programs.
Download transcripts of interviews with artists and other art world figures, as part of the Balnaves Foundation Australian Sculpture Archive Project.
Groundbreaking female directors from the 1930s to today are showcased in a film program at the Gallery. Quick-paced, whip-smart and awaiting rediscovery by new Sydney audiences, we might say they channel the spirit of Señora Spencer, the world’s first female projectionist.
The Brett Whiteley Studio at 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills was the workplace and home of one of Australia’s most celebrated artists. It’s open to the public Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10am-4pm, and to booked education groups on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Become a member and receive a free exhibition ticket. Plus you’ll enjoy a host of discounts, Look magazine and exclusive Members Lounge access.