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Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light is touring fourteen regional galleries in South Australia from 2018–2020.
Wonderlands, the art of painter and ceramicist Michael Carney, and winner of the 2018 Parklands Art Prize Christopher Meadows.
Returning to Adelaide and exhibiting a solo exhibition in the foyer of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, Tom Keukenmeester presents Adelaide 2069, a glimpse into what Adelaide might look like in 50 years time.
The historic Elder Wing has now been transformed with a new presentation of the Australian collection, and with this comes a rethinking of Australian art, its impact and its influence.
The restoration of true rule by the Emperor and the establishment of his ‘enlightened government’ in Japan in 1868 initiated a period of rapid cultural change and modernisation in Japan.
This display will feature recent acquisitions to the Art Gallery of South Australia collection, including prints, drawing, photography, painting, decorative arts and artist’s books.
The Art Gallery of South Australia presents the first major survey exhibition of one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Ben Quilty.
On display for the first time since its acquisition following the 2016 Adelaide Biennial, Guardians was created by Perth-based artist Tarryn Gill after a residency at the Freud Museum in London.
The Ramsay Art Prize, held every two years, is one of Australia’s richest art prizes – worth $100,000.
Described as one of the most powerful voices in art today, William Kentridge emerged as an artist during the apartheid regime in South Africa.
In this collaboration between Guildhouse and the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide-based artist Honor Freeman ‘ghosts’ the collection.
This is the first comprehensive survey of Islam’s extraordinary artistic heritage, spanning a period from the medieval ‘golden age’ of Islam until the contemporary era.
Lee Mingwei is a Taiwanese-American artist based in Paris and New York. His work hovers in a space across poetry, aesthetics, and intimate human exchange.
TARNANTHI is presented in partnership with BHP and with support from the Government of South Australia.