Carol Jerrems: photographic artist

Carol Jerrems: photographic artist pays tribute to a period in recent Australian history, showing how Jerrems participated in and helped to define Melbourne’s subculture and style in the 1970s. This extraordinary exhibit...

Sydney moderns: art for a new world

In the years between the two world wars, Sydney was a thriving modern metropolis. By the 1920s its population had grown to one million and its urban environment was being transformed by exciting new structures, including...

Hidden Spaces, Ready Stages

Hidden Spaces, Ready Stages is a new digital installation by Melbourne-based artists and identical twins, Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano combining performance, video, sound and light to be presented Art Centre Mel...

AIR BORN and NEST: The Art of Birds

AIR BORN and NEST: The Art of Birds celebrate the life of birds and illuminate aspects of their often-overlooked intricate and beautiful existence. Curated by Penny Teale, AIR BORN brings together the work of 18 contempo...

Nocturne

When the world dissolves into darkness, shadowy forms morph into looming, ominous creatures and the stuff of dreams emerge. Nocturne features lyrical and evocative works by artists who draw upon the romanticism and myste...

MONA – The Red Queen

The Red Queen is a character from Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass. She’s a sinister mixture of power and futility: even as she doles out orders willy-nilly, she seems to lock herself in a weird and ...

The Extraordinary Shapes of Geoffrey Rush

Curated and developed by Arts Centre Melbourne with the assistance of Geoffrey Rush, The Extraordinary Shapes of Geoffrey Rush will reflect on his many achievements to date and explore his ability to inhabit characters t...

Australian Impressionists in France

Amassing over 130 works, Australian Impressionists in France will for the first time, focus on the remarkable story of Australian Impressionist artists who lived and worked in France from 1885 to 1915. Tony Ellwood, Dire...