Frozen moments in time captured through the lens of the photographer’s imagination.
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Frank Stella, The Kenneth Tyler Print Collection
National Art Gallery, Canberra
Brilliant evolution of a risk-taking artist from minimalist abstraction through to lush Baroque decoration.
David Hockney: Current
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
A triumphant multi-media tour de force by the UK’s greatest living artist – a must see!
Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
Arresting concept and superb execution from one of Australia’s greatest actresses.
Nude: art from the Tate collection
Succumb to the sensual pleasures of the nude form typified by Rodin’s The Kiss on its first tour outside Europe.
Viktor & Rolf Fashion Artists
Stunning avant-garde designs strut their stuff in Australia’s home of fashion.
Distinctive artistic fusion from one of Indonesia’s most inspired masters of cultural mash-ups.
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Politics as a form of personal as well as creative expression bridging cultures as well as artistic mediums.
A mistress of photography brings her large format character studies to life.
Art Gallery of South Australia
A long-awaited exhibition presents fifty years of work by South Australia’s most celebrated portraitist.
Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes
An annual “must-see” exhibition showcasing Sydney’s major art prizes.
LINE + FORM, Paintings And Sculpture From The Indigenous Australian Collection
Dip into the secret life of QAGOMA’s indigenous artwork acquisitions
Yuendumu of fire and water
An evocative visualization of the elements of fire or water, showcasing prints and paintings from the Yuendumu, community.
Eighteenth Century Porcelain Sculpture
If porcelain is your guilty secret look no further than this luminous first large-scale exhibition devoted to porcelain sculpture at the NGV
Seven Artists From the John Kaldor Collection
Plunge into the cross-media imaginations of artists who emerged since the 1990s in a rampage across mediums.
PAINTING. MORE PAINTING
Explore the wider role of art in our world today and the ways artists are reinventing digital and virtual mediums to connect with
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