string theory: Focus on contemporary Australian art
string theory: Focus on contemporary Australian art brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia who work with expanded notions of textile and craft-based traditions.
– Curated by Performance Space
Welcome to the space created when performance, sound and music meet.
Tabaimo is a comprehensive survey of works by leading Japanese artist Tabaimo.
19th Biennale of Sydney
– You Imagine What You Desire
Under the artistic direction of Juliana Engberg, the 2014 Biennale celebrates the imagination as a spirited exploration of the world, seeking splendour and rapture in works that remain true to a greater, even sublime, visuality.
War Is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono
This survey of works by legendary artist, musician and activist Yoko Ono is part of the 2013–14 Sydney International Art Series.
New Acquisitions in Context 2013
MCA Collection: New Acquisitions in Context 2013 presents a dynamic cross section of Australian contemporary art recently acquired by the MCA through purchase or donation.
Embedded: Craig Walsh
Craig Walsh’s new exhibition presents an immersive environment drawing on his recent artist residency in the Pilbara.
Annette Messager: motion / emotion
Annette Messager is an internationally renowned French artist whose diverse practice encompasses drawing, artist’s books, photography, sculpture and installation.
Primavera 2013: Young Australian Artists
Don’t miss Primavera, the MCA’s annual exhibition of young Australian artists aged 35 and under.
Martu Art From The Far Western Desert
This exhibition brings together a selection of vast and vibrant paintings by artists of the Martu people.
Primavera 2014: Young Australian Artists
Primavera is an annual exhibition of young Australian artists aged 35 years and under.
Volume One: MCA Collection
Discover work by more than 130 Australian artists when the MCA presents Volume One: MCA Collection.
South of no North: Laurence Aberhart, William Eggleston, Noel McKenna
Explore the vernacular, a regional sense of place and a similar visual sensibility when South of no North visits Artspace Mackay from 5 July – 25 August 2013.