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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

Curated by Melissa Keys  Featuring fantastical creatures, iridescent other worlds, uncanny objects and unsettling organic forms Between appearances: the art of Louise Weaver explores the multidisciplinary practice of one of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists. While Weaver is best known for her whimsical, thought-provoking sculptures of animals, Between appearances features more than 100 works in […] READ MORE

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

The Garden of Forking Paths Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa 7 November 2018 – 17 February 2019 Curated by Shihoko Iida and Melissa Keys The Garden of Forking Paths brings together the distinctive practices of Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa, finding points of connection and divergence in the trajectories of these two highly accomplished artists. […] READ MORE

NATIONAL ANTHEM

NATIONAL ANTHEM

Guest Curated by Kate Just  Presenting a cacophonous array of artistic voices and perspectives, National Anthem brings together 24 artists, from a range of generations, who critically address Australian national identity. Built around key works in the Michael Buxton Collection, together with works sourced from beyond the collection, this project reflects on the ways that […] READ MORE

A NEW ORDER

A NEW ORDER

Guest Curated by Linda Short  There are innumerable ways to join the dots and build connections between the works in A New Order, all of which have been selected from the Michael Buxton Collection. Within the exhibition and the work of the 12 artists represented, we encounter many interconnecting styles and themes: a will to order […] READ MORE

BAUHAUS NOW!

BAUHAUS NOW!

Guest curated by Ann Stephen In the year of its centenary the Bauhaus returns to haunt our museums. How do contemporary artists re-imagine a relationship to this legendary school? Are they scavengers raiding the ruins of modernism, appropriators of ‘good design’ kitsch or acolytes of an unholy sect?  Bauhaus Now! explores its legacy in Australia—both […] READ MORE

WHAT’S ON

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

Curated by Melissa Keys  Featuring fantastical creatures, iridescent other worlds, uncanny objects and unsettling organic forms Between appearances: the art of Louise Weaver explores the multidisciplinary practice of one of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists. While Weaver is best known for her whimsical, thought-provoking sculptures of animals, Between appearances features more than 100 works in […] READ MORE

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

The Garden of Forking Paths Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa 7 November 2018 – 17 February 2019 Curated by Shihoko Iida and Melissa Keys The Garden of Forking Paths brings together the distinctive practices of Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa, finding points of connection and divergence in the trajectories of these two highly accomplished artists. […] READ MORE

NATIONAL ANTHEM

NATIONAL ANTHEM

Guest Curated by Kate Just  Presenting a cacophonous array of artistic voices and perspectives, National Anthem brings together 24 artists, from a range of generations, who critically address Australian national identity. Built around key works in the Michael Buxton Collection, together with works sourced from beyond the collection, this project reflects on the ways that […] READ MORE

A NEW ORDER

A NEW ORDER

Guest Curated by Linda Short  There are innumerable ways to join the dots and build connections between the works in A New Order, all of which have been selected from the Michael Buxton Collection. Within the exhibition and the work of the 12 artists represented, we encounter many interconnecting styles and themes: a will to order […] READ MORE

BAUHAUS NOW!

BAUHAUS NOW!

Guest curated by Ann Stephen In the year of its centenary the Bauhaus returns to haunt our museums. How do contemporary artists re-imagine a relationship to this legendary school? Are they scavengers raiding the ruins of modernism, appropriators of ‘good design’ kitsch or acolytes of an unholy sect?  Bauhaus Now! explores its legacy in Australia—both […] READ MORE

WHAT’S ON

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

BETWEEN APPEARANCES: THE ART OF LOUISE WEAVER

Curated by Melissa Keys  Featuring fantastical creatures, iridescent other worlds, uncanny objects and unsettling organic forms Between appearances: the art of Louise Weaver explores the multidisciplinary practice of one of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists. While Weaver is best known for her whimsical, thought-provoking sculptures of animals, Between appearances features more than 100 works in […] READ MORE

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

The shape of things to come explores the roles and agencies of the artist in culture, society and politics as visionaries, storytellers, dissenters, foreseers and imaginers of different futures. READ MORE

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU: RONNIE VAN HOUT

Bringing together works that span more than twenty years of practice, No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout encompasses sculpture, video, photography, embroidery and text, and features major new installations. READ MORE

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

THE GARDEN OF FORKING PATHS: MIRA GOJAK AND TAKEHITO KOGANEZAWA

The Garden of Forking Paths Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa 7 November 2018 – 17 February 2019 Curated by Shihoko Iida and Melissa Keys The Garden of Forking Paths brings together the distinctive practices of Mira Gojak and Takehito Koganezawa, finding points of connection and divergence in the trajectories of these two highly accomplished artists. […] READ MORE

NATIONAL ANTHEM

NATIONAL ANTHEM

Guest Curated by Kate Just  Presenting a cacophonous array of artistic voices and perspectives, National Anthem brings together 24 artists, from a range of generations, who critically address Australian national identity. Built around key works in the Michael Buxton Collection, together with works sourced from beyond the collection, this project reflects on the ways that […] READ MORE

A NEW ORDER

A NEW ORDER

Guest Curated by Linda Short  There are innumerable ways to join the dots and build connections between the works in A New Order, all of which have been selected from the Michael Buxton Collection. Within the exhibition and the work of the 12 artists represented, we encounter many interconnecting styles and themes: a will to order […] READ MORE

BAUHAUS NOW!

BAUHAUS NOW!

Guest curated by Ann Stephen In the year of its centenary the Bauhaus returns to haunt our museums. How do contemporary artists re-imagine a relationship to this legendary school? Are they scavengers raiding the ruins of modernism, appropriators of ‘good design’ kitsch or acolytes of an unholy sect?  Bauhaus Now! explores its legacy in Australia—both […] READ MORE

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