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Open­ing hours update

Due to the COVID-19 relat­ed gov­ern­ment restric­tions, the gallery is cur­rent­ly closed to the […]

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When life imi­tates art: a cau­tion­ary tale

When Mikala Dwyer pro­posed her instal­la­tion for the 2020 Ade­laide Bien­ni­al of Aus­tralian Art […]

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New gallery hours

Thurs­day – Fri­day by appoint­ment Sat­ur­day 1 – 5 mail@​annaschwartzgallery.​com […]

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Peter Tyn­dall: bLogos/​HA HA

Now that it seems to be end­ing, what has this peri­od of enforced online […]

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John Nixon: Groups + Pairs 2016 – 2020

John Nixon: Groups + Pairs 20162020 opened only a cou­ple of days prior […]

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She Per­sists: Emi­ly Floyd

She Per­sists is a hard­copy book and an online hub of 34 essays and podcasts […]

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Cre­ative Cos­mos: Mar­co Fusina­to in con­ver­sa­tion with Melis­sa Keys

MK: As an artist and musi­cian, you have rela­tion­ships with audi­ences. What dri­ves you […]

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The Mod­el has cre­at­ed a dig­i­tal expe­ri­ence of The Sea Around Us while the exhi­bi­tion is closed to the public

The Sea Around Us John Akom­frah (GH/GB), Foren­sic Oceanog­ra­phy and Foren­sic Archi­tec­ture (GB), Shaun […]

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David Noo­nan: Stagecraft

In in-depth dis­cus­sion with David Noo­nan while the exhi­bi­tion is in hiber­na­tion. You were […]

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Gallery recess

The gallery is closed to the pub­lic until such time as is safe to open […]

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New gallery hours

In sup­port of our artists and the wider com­mu­ni­tyAnna Schwartz Gallery is com­mit­ted to […]

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True colours: All Auras Touch’ at Carriageworks

Work mat­ters in artist Kate Mitchell’s explo­ration of the fun­da­men­tal con­nec­tions between peo­ple I’m […]

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Emi­ly Floyd: Man­grove Poem

A new pub­lic work for Man­grove Walk, Queen’s Wharf, Bris­bane Emi­ly Floy­d’s Man­grove Poem […]

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New York’s Asia Soci­ety announces par­tic­i­pants in its inau­gur­al triennial

Works by 40 artists and col­lec­tives will go on view in June, includ­ing Daniel […]

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Su San Cohn elect­ed Hon­orary Fel­low’ to the Aus­tralian Acad­e­my of the Humanities

Su San Cohn has been elect­ed to the Aus­tralian Acad­e­my of the Human­i­ties as […]

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Stephen Bram: Abstract Painting

Gee­long Art Gallery 23 Novem­ber 201923 Feb­ru­ary 2020 Stephen Bram began exhibit­ing his […]

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The Eter­nal Open­ing: Mike Parr

I am fas­ci­nat­ed by dualisms, mir­ror images, blind­ness and invis­i­bil­i­ty, subject/​object rever­sals, the roles […]

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Announced: Aus­trali­a’s artis­tic team for 2021 Venice Biennale

As Com­mis­sion­er for Aus­tralia, the Aus­tralia Coun­cil is pleased to announce Mar­co Fusina­to and […]

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Mike Parr: The Eter­nal Opening

With one gallery exhib­it­ed inside anoth­er, Aus­tralian artist Mike Parr stages The Eter­nal Opening […]

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Lau­ren Brin­cat: Oth­er Tempo

Oth­er Tem­po is a live sculp­ture. A coloured score drapes, dances and reveals an assembly […]

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Pacif­ic Under­tow, Shaun Gladwell

Awash in a sea of teal, Shaun Glad­well is cap­tured clutch­ing his surf­board, as his […]

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Talla­wong’s plant library brings north­west­ern neigh­bours together

Grow­ing up in Fair­field, artist Lau­ren Brincat’s Egypt­ian grand­par­ents had a back­yard veg­etable patch, not […]

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Alive with mov­ing qualities

Skate­board­ing is a pecu­liar sub­cul­ture. Young boys and girls enjoy play­ing with skate­boards, like any […]

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David Noonan’s Ges­tures in Time

The artist’s solo show of tapes­tries at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Mel­bourne are invocations […]

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