Whats on Art Gallery NSW 2020
Art Gallery NSW is now featuring JAPAN SUPERNATURAL , an exhibition like no other. Japan Supernatural explores where ghosts, and mischievous shapeshifters inhabit a spirit realm. JaPan Supernatural brings japanese folklore to life in wonderous paintings , large scale installations, minature carvings and humorous illustrations,
Art Gallery NSW has launched the Japan Supernatural exhibition , centred on a monumental installation of painting and sculpture by Takashi Murakami, the exhibition features some of the greatest Japanese artists of the past, including Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Kuniyoshi and Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, alongside contemporary artists such as Chiho Aoshima, Fuyuko Matsui and Miwa Yanagi, who continue the compelling creative lineage of visualising the unseen.
Coming to an end is the exhibitionWalking with the Gods,this exhibition, m apping moments in time, key dynastic changes, stylistic evolutions and geographic wanderings, this exhibition takes audiences on a journey through 2000 years of figurative sculpture from the Gallery’s collection of Asian art.
Following a path through Asia, from Afghanistan to Indonesia, from the 1st to the 21st centuries, meeting key deities and historical figures along the way.
Like many great galleries, Art GAllery NSW has many permanent and free exhibits, including the Yiribana Gallery,presenting a selection of works from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection. The . Yiribana Gallery has representations from communities across Australia,celebratingmIndigenous Australia’s enduring cultural heritage and its myriad contemporary expressions.
The Australian Galleries from Art Gallery NSW allow you to discover some of the finest australian art any where in thhe world. The Galleries present xceptional sculptures, photographs and works on paper as well as paintings, including iconic works by the likes of Ralph Balson, Dorrit Black, Arthur Boyd, John Brack, Grace Crowley, William Dobell, Russell Drysdale, Ian Fairweather, Nora Heysen, Frank Hinder, Roland Wakelin, Fred Williams and Brett Whiteley
Nearby, the Grand Courts are home to our superb collection of 19th-century paintings and sculpture by artists such as John Glover, WC Piguenit, Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Frederick McCubbin, Charles Conder and Bertram Mackennal, as well as a striking new sculptural intervention – a larger-than-life, polished steel figure of Captain Cook by New Zealand artist Michael Parekowha