A major exhibition of national significance featuring paintings not seen publicly for decades by pioneering woman artist will open at the Art Gallery of South Australia
With a unique line-up of artists, working in every medium from video to costume design to decoration, the Biennial really is a massive and modern Cabinet of Curiosity
In a world where staying inside and using technology seems to be the way of the future, it is nice to hear some positive news about the Art Gallery of South Australia. It has attracted record attendances - nearly 800,000 people in one year, with much of that attendance being made up of children and their families.
The Art Gallery of South Australia presents a major survey of one of Australia’s most influential artists. Running from 31 August to 4 November 2012, Fred Williams: Infinite horizons is the first major retrospective of Fred Williams’s work in almost 25 years. Featuring over 100 works of art, the exhibition highlights Williams’s strength as a landscape artist and includes important oil paintings and luminous gouaches that reveal his distinctive approach.
‘A Night Of Fashion’, presented by Honda with Attitude Magazine, is Adelaide’s inaugural showcase for Adelaide’s most affluent designers, Australia’s iconic lines and internationally esteemed labels, and will be held at The Art Gallery of South Australia in September.
Imagine yourself in the hush of an Indonesian temple as you gaze in awe at spotlighted treasures against a gently rich background.
The BigPond Adelaide Film Festival and the Art Gallery of South Australia are delighted to present BRITFILM, the best of British filmmaking from the last decade, with free screenings at Art Gallery of South Australia every Saturday from August until October.
The Art Gallery of South Australia will open the doors to the newly refurbished Elder Wing of Australian Art on Saturday 18 June, following a ten month, $3.6 million refurbishment. The opening marks the 130th anniversary of the Gallery for which over $5 million in gifts has been received.