Taking it all away: MCA Collection
Taking it all away presents works drawn from the Museum of Contemporary Art Collection that explore the different effects of erasure, abstraction and the social impact of art.
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.
– Prints, Process and Collaboration
Portraits from one of America’s best-loved visual artists are coming to Sydney this summer, as part of the Sydney International Art Series.
– Curated by Performance Space
Welcome to the space created when performance, sound and music meet.
MCA Collection: Luminous
Luminous includes shooting star spirits, geometric patterns of light and dark dancing on walls, ambient environments and infinity windows carved into architectural space.
Annette Messager: motion / emotion
Annette Messager is an internationally renowned French artist whose diverse practice encompasses drawing, artist’s books, photography, sculpture and installation.
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.
Experience the breadth of contemporary art practice in Australia and see art in all its forms from painting, photography, sculpture, works on paper and moving image.
Andrea's Amazing Wish
The MCA was pleased to present the first exhibition of works by young artist Andrea Alzened in association with Make-A-Wish Australia.
Corroboree Sydney Festival 2014
As a proud partner of Corroboree Festival , MCA offers a range of programs aimed at the discovery of Indigenous cultures.
Program of special events is taking place between 20-30 NOV and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia