Explore the ways in which artists visualise time and its passing in Marking Time.
Christian Marclay: The Clock
Don’t miss the Southern Hemisphere premiere of Christian Marclay’s groundbreaking 24-hour video, The Clock.
18th Biennale of Sydney: all our relations
The Biennale of Sydney is Australia’s largest contemporary visual arts event and is presented FREE to the public every two years.
See the first major exhibition in Australia by celebrated artist Anish Kapoor this summer as part of the Sydney International Art Series.
South of no North: Laurence Aberhart, William Eggleston, Noel McKenna
See works from three artists whose works are connected by an interest in the vernacular, a regional sense of place and a similar visual sensibility.
Explore issues of taboo through artworks, performances, talks and films in this multi-faceted program curated by Brook Andrew at the Museum of Contemporary Art this summer.
Primavera 2012 is curated by the MCA’s Anna Davis and brings together the work of Dion Beasley (NT), Benjamin Forster (WA), Anastasia Klose (VIC), Todd McMillan (NSW), Kate Mitchell (NSW), Teho Ropeyarn (QLD) and Justine Varga (NSW).
Ken Whisson: As If
See portraits, landscapes and sketches tracing the evolution of Ken Whisson’s practice across 60 years in this major retrospective.
JEFF WALL Photographs
Presented in association with the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria, this exhibition surveys of the work of Canadian photographer Jeff Wall.
Workout: 7 days of experimental performance
Watch seven Australian artists in seven days ‘workout’ at the MCA.
Local Positioning Systems
– Curated by Performance Space
Enjoy live art in many different guises and in several locations in this season of performance, participatory and site-specific art, curated by Performance Space and presented in partnership with the MCA.
Almanac: The Gift of Ann Lewis AO
Almanac tours to its final venue opening at Newcastle Region Art Gallery on 24 August 2012.
Volume One: MCA Collection
Discover work by more than 130 Australian artists when the MCA presents Volume One: MCA Collection.