13 December 2014 – 8 June 2015
This exhibition follows three highly successful shows throughout 2013—at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Guggenheim in New York. It brings together works from LACMA's tour, with spectacular installations purpose-built for Canberra, drawings, prints and photographs. This is contemporary art like you've never seen before and promises an experience not to be missed.
James Turrell After green 1993 Wedgework: fluorescent, LED and fibre-optic lights
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra © James Turrell
8 November 2014 – 19 April 2015
This inaugural exhibition in the new NGA Contemporary features a selection of significant works from the National Gallery of Australia's collection of 21st century Australian art, including paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photography, video and the decorative arts.
in recent American landscape photography
12 January – 13 July 2015
Of the twenty-eight artists represented in the gift Corrigan acquired works by photographers whose careers were well-established as well as collecting emerging artists, who continue to acknowledge his goodwill and practical support at a critical time in their careers.
Mark Klett, Around Toroweap Point just before and after sundown beginning and ending with views used by J.K. Hillers over one hundred years earlier, Grand Canyon 1986, comprising 5 photographs, Purchased 2000 (Detail)
2 August – April 2015
Alive and Spirited is the latest exhibition now on show in the Children's Gallery. It explores the important role of mythical beings in Aboriginal society; these exquisite works of art are the tangible evidence of the spiritual realm.
Christopher Pease Hunting party, 2003, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 2004
3 April – 30 August 2015
This is the first exhibition dedicated to a significant aspect of recent Australian art: the handcoloured photograph. It draws together new acquisitions and rarely seen works from the collection by Micky Allan, Ruth Maddison, Warren Breninger, Julie Rrap, Janina Green, Christine Barry, Fiona Hall, Miriam Stannage, Robyn Stacey, Nici Cumpston, Lyndell Brown, Charles Green and Jon Cattapan.
Robyn Stacey Untitled 1985–87, gelatin silver photograph, colour dye. Courtesy of the artist and Stills Gallery, Sydney