Art Gallery of New South Wales

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  • Phone: 02 9225 1700
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    Art Gallery of New South Wales
    Art Gallery Rd
    Sydney, NSW 2000
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  • Entrees Price: $18-$21
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One of Australia's leading art museums. Over a million visitors enjoy the Gallery's collections of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian and contemporary art each year. Located within beautiful parklands overlooking Sydney Harbour and only 15 minutes walk from the city centre.

Free general admission, charges apply for some exhibitions


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Italian art between the wars

22nd October

$25

Deranging the senses: surrealist exhibition and display

15th October

$25

Reflections on British modernism

8th October

$25

Broken Flowers

5th October

Don Johnston (Murray) is a withdrawn, emotionally numb middle-aged man who lives a quiet, comfortable life. After splitting with his latest girlfriend,...

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Broken Flowers

1st October

Don Johnston (Murray) is a withdrawn, emotionally numb middle-aged man who lives a quiet, comfortable life. After splitting with his latest girlfriend,...

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The Conversation

28th September

Harry Caul (Hackman) is an obsessive sound engineer who specialises in surveillance. He is hired by a mysterious corporate executive to capture a...

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The lost prince and the winter queen

3rd July

In association with the Australia’s most prestigious portrait prize – the Archibald Prize – the Gallery has partnered with the National Portrait Gallery,...

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Brett Whiteley

23rd May

There are critically acclaimed self-portraits, such as Self-portrait in the studio 1976 and Art, life and the other thing 1978, both of which won the...

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Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

24th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

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Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

24th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

The Conversation

24th September

Harry Caul (Hackman) is an obsessive sound engineer who specialises in surveillance. He is hired by a mysterious corporate executive to capture a...

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Half Nelson

21st September

An intimate portrait of two intriguingly flawed characters, Fleck’s film offers an authentic, unsentimental look at the lives of a Brooklyn middle-school...

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Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2014

19th June

The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes is an annual exhibition eagerly anticipated by artists and audiences alike. The Archibald Prize, first awarded in...

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Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

17th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

17th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Half Nelson

17th September

An intimate portrait of two intriguingly flawed characters, Fleck’s film offers an authentic, unsentimental look at the lives of a Brooklyn middle-school...

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The bitter creativity of art and culture in Weimar Germany

17th September

$25

Vera Drake

14th September

In 1950s London, Vera Drake (Staunton) works as a charlady for upper-middle-class women. A kindly person, she is devoted to her family and willing to lend...

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Theatre of dreams, theatre of play

14th June

Featuring 170 works – including masks and costumes as well as paintings, musical instruments and books – from the collection of the National Noh Theatre,...

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Past and present: Le Corbusier schemes of cities and houses

10th September

$25

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

10th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

10th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Vera Drake

10th September

In 1950s London, Vera Drake (Staunton) works as a charlady for upper-middle-class women. A kindly person, she is devoted to her family and willing to lend...

TBA

Downfall

7th September

Depicting the turbulant end of the Third Reich’s reign over Nazi Germany in 1945, Hirschbiegel’s acclaimed film is a chilling portrait of Nazi leader...

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Art appreciation lecture series 2014

3rd September

$25

Divining Psyche: modernist portraiture

3rd September

$25

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

3rd September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Downfall

3rd September

Depicting the turbulant end of the Third Reich’s reign over Nazi Germany in 1945, Hirschbiegel’s acclaimed film is a chilling portrait of Nazi leader...

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Capote

31st August

Researching and writing In cold blood, one of the most memorable and controversial books of the 1960s, had a profound impact on its author, Truman Capote....

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The god of speed: futurism and the avant-garde

27th August

$25

Capote

27th August

Researching and writing In cold blood, one of the most memorable and controversial books of the 1960s, had a profound impact on its author, Truman Capote....

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Miriam Lieberman at Art Gallery of New South Wales

27th August

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Bob Roberts

24th August

The writing and directing debut of actor Tim Robbins is a mock-documentary portrait of a folk-singing, self-made millionaire and his corrupt, populist...

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Bob Roberts

20th August

The writing and directing debut of actor Tim Robbins is a mock-documentary portrait of a folk-singing, self-made millionaire and his corrupt, populist...

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Space, time and movement in modernist sculpture

20th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

20th August

TBA

Ring

17th August

Hideo Nakata’s subtly creepy ghost story was adapted from the novel by Suzuki Kōji, which in turn drew inspiration from a Japanese folktale. It follows TV...

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Ring

13th August

Hideo Nakata’s subtly creepy ghost story was adapted from the novel by Suzuki Kōji, which in turn drew inspiration from a Japanese folktale. It follows TV...

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and the art of spectacle

13th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

13th August

TBA

Tony Garifalakis

12th June

Tony Garifalakis is an artist whose work investigates political, social and religious systems of belief while questioning mechanisms of surveillance,...

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Throne of blood

10th August

Kurosawa’s visceral, supernatural masterpiece is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, set in feudal Japan, featuring an ambitious samurai warlord,...

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Plumes and pearlshells

30th May

The peoples of the New Guinea Highlands are renowned for their spectacular exchange ceremonies, which involve hundreds of dancers festooned with elaborate...

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Tom Nicholson

22nd May

Cartoons for Joseph Selleny recalls the remarkable stay of the Austrian imperial frigate Novara that sailed to Sydney in late 1858. The exhibition...

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Throne of blood

6th August

Kurosawa’s visceral, supernatural masterpiece is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, set in feudal Japan, featuring an ambitious samurai warlord,...

TBA

Matisse and the fauves

6th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

6th August

TBA

Onibaba

3rd August

In one of the most striking and unique Japanese supernatural thrillers of the last century, an impoverished mother and her daughter-in-law eke out a...

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Green Mohair Suits

30th July

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Onibaba

30th July

In one of the most striking and unique Japanese supernatural thrillers of the last century, an impoverished mother and her daughter-in-law eke out a...

TBA

Cubism: Picasso and Braque

30th July

$25

Antonio Gaudi and Adolf Loos

23rd July

$25

Klimt and fin-de-siécle Vienna

16th July

$25

The art of James McNeill Whistler

9th July

$25

Elemental Cézanne

25th June

$25

Forcefields

2nd April

Presented in the Gallery’s entrance court alongside Nike Savvas’s newly commissioned work Rally 2014, Forcefields brings together 11 vibrant abstract...

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The bathing nude

18th June

$25

Gauguin in the south seas

11th June

$25

Van Gogh’s self-portraits

4th June

$25

Art appreciation lecture series 2014

28th May

$25

Lautrec and the Belle Epoque

28th May

$25

Space, symbol and spirit in the work of the Nabis

21st May

$25

Japonisme

14th May

$25

Mothers' Day High Tea Art Gallery of New South Wales

11th May

If you’re looking for a special treat for a Mum who enjoys finer things, why not spoil her with the ultimate high tea experience at The Art Gallery of...

$38

Impressionist women

7th May

$25

Wes Carr's 'Buffalo Tales'

30th April

Buffalo Tales is the recent project for Sydney-based singer/songwriter Wes Carr. From his early days fronting Silverchair-offshoot Tambalane to his...

Free

Seurat and neo-Impressionism

30th April

$25

Wes Carr's 'Buffalo Tales'

23rd April

Buffalo Tales is the recent project for Sydney-based singer/songwriter Wes Carr. From his early days fronting Silverchair-offshoot Tambalane to his...

Free

Wes Carr's 'Buffalo Tales'

16th April

Buffalo Tales is the recent project for Sydney-based singer/songwriter Wes Carr. From his early days fronting Silverchair-offshoot Tambalane to his...

Free

Wes Carr's 'Buffalo Tales'

9th April

Buffalo Tales is the recent project for Sydney-based singer/songwriter Wes Carr. From his early days fronting Silverchair-offshoot Tambalane to his...

Free

Techniques of the Impressionists and and neo-Impressionism

9th April

$25

Live Music: Contemporary Afghan Beats

2nd April

Multi-intrumentalist Ustad Sarshar has been touring and performing Afghani and Indian classical music all over the world for the past 35 years. A gifted...

Free

The secret garden at Giverny: a key to Monet’s success

2nd April

$25

Manet: painter of modern life

26th March

$25