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Matthys Gerber (left) and Stieg Persson.
This exhibition includes the work of a diverse group of Australian artists who have each made strong and unique contributions to the development of Australian art. The display indicates the breadth and depth of works in the collection from the second half of the twentieth century. The selection includes works on paper and oil paintings. Included are Ian Fairweather’s gouache, Hell (1950), Vivienne Shark LeWitt’s, The Bloody Chamber (1983), and Gareth Sansom’s large work, Putting the ‘f’ back into art (1987).
Our lift is currently been service and will be out-of-order until Friday 7 August. Public space are accessible via stairs only for this period.
How do we determine the difference between art and craft? This Wednesday at 1pm, join our Assistant Curator Suzette Wearne for a floor talk on 'More love hours: Contemporary artists and craft'.
Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 5pm