Experience the work of legendary Australian artist Tom Roberts this summer. This extraordinary exhibition brings together Tom Roberts' most famous paintings loved by all Australians. Paintings such as Shearing the rams (1888-90) and A break away! (1891) are among the nation's best known works of art. An exhibition for all Australians, it is not to be missed.
Shearing the rams 1888-90 (detail) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Felton Bequest Fund, 1932On sale now
Art from one of the most innovative print workshops of the 20th century, photographs and specially produced short films, reveal the processes of printmaking and the collaborative relationships between seven leading artists and Ken Tyler, master printer.
Terence La Noue, Beyond the shore, 1992, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Gift of Kenneth Tyler, 2002
Chandeliers made from uranium glass representing nuclear-powered nations and a nine-metre banquet table made entirely of salt feature in the first large survey show of these internationaly acclaimed artists. At NGA Contemporary.
Ken + Julia Yonetani Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations (France), 2013 photo courtesy of the artists
The National Gallery of Australia will host the installation from this year's Venice Biennale by Australian artist Fiona Hall will open in Canberra in April 2016. Fiona Hall brings together hundreds of disparate elements which find alignments and create tensions around three intersecting concerns: global politics, world finances and the environment.
Fiona Hall, Manuhiri (Travellers) 2014–15, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015, Image Credit: Cristiano Corte
An exhibition of photographs taken over the last 100 years from the NGA's magnificent photography collection, including work by Diane Arbus, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Max Dupain, Bill Henson, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray, Cindy Sherman and many more.
Robyn Stacey Untitled 1985–87, gelatin silver photograph, colour dye. Courtesy of the artist and Stills Gallery, Sydney