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Tuesday 28 March 2017



until 25 Apr 2017

A dynamic and popular exhibition featuring a selection of outstanding student artworks developed for the artmaking component of the HSC examination in Visual Arts 2016.

Warhol before pop

until 28 May 2017

The most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to Andy Warhol’s early career in more than 25 years.

Barbara Cleveland
Bodies in time

until 2 Apr 2017

Sydney collective Barbara Cleveland explore the life and legacy of their namesake: the mythic performance artist Barbara Cleveland, who they have recovered from the margins of Australian art history.

Beyond words
calligraphic traditions of Asia

until 30 Apr 2017

Explore 1000 years of the beauty, power and spirit of calligraphy in Asian art, with works in different mediums from the ancient to the contemporary.

John Olsen
the you beaut country

until 12 Jun 2017

Surveying the remarkable, seven-decade career of one of Australia’s most distinguished artists, this is the most comprehensive exhibition ever mounted on John Olsen’s work.

Memory and belonging
the archive of Katthy Cavaliere

Tue–Sat only until 9 Jun 2017

Research library and archive

Special hours

Selections from the personal archive of performance/installation artist Katthy Cavaliere, reflecting the recurring themes of her childhood and family in her art.

Our lands

until 18 Jun 2017

Works from the Gallery’s collection that explore the tensions, conflicts, suspicions and political struggles that are central to any discussion about rights to land in Australia.

Works by artists associated with 1960s minimalism are displayed alongside contemporary works that question or expand upon the minimalist tradition.

Sentient lands

until Oct 2017

Drawn from the Gallery’s collection, this exhibition considers the diversity of ancestors who inhabit and enliven country and the complex, ongoing attachments to country held by Aboriginal people.

Time, light, Japan
Japanese art 1990s to now

until 21 May 2017

Bask in and interact with Japanese art exploring time and light through video, photography, sound and installation from the 1990s to now.