TWMA Kate Beynon Masks of the Ogre Dancers

TarraWarra Museum of Art reveals 2020 program

TarraWarra Museum of Art has revealed its exhibition program for 2020, with highlights including a collection show offering a new appraisal of the work of leading women artists; a major new Sidney Nolan exhibition dedica...
AAR John Olsen, Harbour Surge, 2019

John Olsen: Recent Works

Australia’s most revered living artist, John Olsen, shares poetic inspiration in a suite of new works – on display at Sydney’s Olsen Gallery until 1 February 2020. Simply titled Recent Works, his new exhibition inc...
NGA Matisse & Picasso

Matisse & Picasso

Together they charted a new course for modern European art in the 20th Century – and for the first time Australian audiences will be able to see the work of two of history’s greatest artistic rivals side by side in...
NGV Yhonnie Scarce and Edition Office, In Absence, 2019 (detail) - photo by Ben Hosking

In Absence | Yhonnie Scarce and Edition Office

Activating the National Gallery of Victoria’s Grollo Equiset Garden this Summer, the fifth annual NGV Architecture Commission In Absence is a collaboration between contemporary artist and Kokatha and Nukunu women Yhonnie...
William Forsythe, The Fact of Matter, 2009 - Photograph by Chloë Callistemon

Water

A major exhibition of almost 100 works by leading international and Australian artists that explores the centrality of water to human life is now on display at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA). “Water examin...
Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan, Here, There, Everywhere Project Another Country, 2018 (detail)

Home/Land: Project Another Country

Inspired by the City of Casey’s people and surrounding environment, Home/Land: Project Another Country is set to explore stories of migration, family and home at Bunjil Place from 14 December 2019. Part of Isabel and Alf...