Australian app for iPad
Australian: Art Gallery of NSW lets you explore a selection of artists and artworks from our Australian collection, on an iPad. View high-quality images in extraordinary detail, discover stories of the artists and the art, get simple explanations of art terms, and go behind the scenes with interviews and videos.
It includes many of Australia’s most iconic artists including Arthur Streeton, Rupert Bunny, Tom Roberts, Grace Cossington Smith, Arthur Boyd, Margaret Olley, Jeffrey Smart, Brett Whiteley and Mike Parr.
As well as browsing by artist, artwork and date, the latest release of the app enables you to browse through works in a particular focus area. The first focus area to be added is Sydney moderns – artists such as Olive Cotton, Max Dupain, Thea Proctor and Roland Wakelin who were using colour, light and abstractions to celebrate the modern Sydney art and life between the two world wars.
The Australian app is designed to complement the Contemporary app, which focuses on the Australian and international collection from the 1980s onwards, including the John Kaldor Family Collection.
At the Gallery
You can explore the app on iPads in our Art Lounge in the Australian galleries.
The Gallery’s Australian app is available free on the App Store. It works with all versions of the iPad. An internet connection is needed to view some content. As new content is added, the app will automatically prompt you about updates.
Feedback and help
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Australian: Art Gallery of NSW was produced by the Art Gallery of NSW in association with The Nest. iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc, registered in the US and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
The Australian app has been updated with a selection of collection works from the exhibition Sydney moderns: art for a new world