Thursday 17 September 2020
until 27 Sep 2020
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is an expansive artist- and First Nations-led exhibition of contemporary art that connects local communities and global networks.
These major works by Western-Sydney artist Khaled Sabsabi ruminate on the complex relationship between self and other.
In drawings, paintings and sculpture, Brett Whiteley expresses his joy, humour and love through birds.
Explores the significance of water in Asian art through a range of works from the Gallery’s collection.
Shadow catchers, drawn from the Gallery’s collection, investigates the way shadows, body doubles and mirrors haunt our understanding of photography and the moving image.
This exhibition presents multiple approaches to stargazing from Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, highlighting our shared understandings of the night sky.
Gallery opensOpen every day, except Christmas and Good Friday
Duration 1 hour
Gallery closesSome parts of the Gallery have different hours