Exhibitions

David Noonan

2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres
, Art Gallery of South Australia

David Noonan

Tapestries

Daniel Buren

Like Child’s Play
, Carriageworks

Peter Booth

The Human Condition

Peter Booth

Memories


Recent Works

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#9)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#8)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#8)
, 2006
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#7)
, 2005
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Robert Hunter

Untitled (#7)
, 2006
Acrylic on plywood
122 x 244 cm

Recent Works

John Nixon

Untitled (pair)
, 2019
enamel on canvas
23.5 x19 cm; 26 x 32 cm

John Nixon

Untitled (red and white pair)
, 2019
enamel on canvas
150 x 90 cm; 72 x 69 cm

John Nixon

Untitled (pair)
, 2019
enamel on wood on MDF
90 x 60 cm (each)

John Nixon

Untitled
, 2018
mixed media on MDF on plywood
59.5 x 52.5 cm (each)

John Nixon

Untitled (pair)
, 2019
set square on canvas; enamel on canvas
25 x 20.5 cm (each)

Publications

Mike Parr

Latemouth Mike Parr: Works on paper 1987-2003
, 2003

Mike Parr

Performances 1971-2008
, 2008

Mike Parr

Mike Parr: The Tilted Stage
, 2009

Mike Parr

The Infinity Machine: Mike Parr’s Performance Art 1971-2005
, 2010

Mike Parr

Brain Coral
, 2012


News

Kerrie Poliness: recipient of McClelland National Small Sculpture Award

Kerrie Poliness is one of four recipients of the National Small Sculpture Award 2020 at McClelland Gallery. The awards are an initiative to support sculptors during the initial stages of the impact of COVID-19 on the Australian arts and culture sector.

Kate Mitchell: The Communication Deck

Hyper-linked is an exhibition for the digital realm, presenting new projects by seven contemporary Australian artists. Each artist is alert to the almost paradoxical fact that we are experiencing mass disconnect in an age of hyper-connectivity. Like her peers, Kate Mitchell examines the role the internet plays in shaping our lives and the ways in which […]

Opening hours update

Due to the COVID-19 related government restrictions, the gallery is currently closed to the public. Our information page will be updated regularly. Information >>>

When life imitates art: a cautionary tale

From In Daily
by Leigh Robb

When Mikala Dwyer proposed her installation for the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres more than a year ago, she had been researching the Quarantine or “Q” flag – a bright yellow maritime flag that was historically hoisted from ships to warn of disease on board. For the Biennial, Dwyer had been invited […]

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