Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

A: 140 George St, The Rocks NSW Australia

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The National 2021: New Australian Art

MCA, AGNSW and Carriageworks present a group exhibition.

Six new works by Aussie artists added to the MCA/Tate joint collection

Artists include John Mawurndjul AM, Bonita Ely, Vivienne Binns, Nicholas Mangan and Peter Kennedy.

Elizabeth Ann Macgregor steps down as director of the MCA Australia

After two decades as director, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor leaves the Museum in fine shape.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) Collection Rehang

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) presents a Collection rehang.

Group exhibition: Biennale of Sydney 2020 – NIRIN

Biennale of Sydney 2020 presents NIRIN.

Guan Wei: MCA Collection

Museum of Contemporary Art presents work by Guan Wei

Primavera 2019 to be curated by artist Mitch Cairns

Seven artists selected for the MCA’s premier showcase of young Australian talent.

Shaun Gladwell: Pacific Undertow

The Museum of Contemporary Art presents work by Shaun Gladwell.

John Mawurndjul: Curator’s Radar

In the constellation of bark artists, John Mawurndjul‘s star shines brightest. This retrospective exhibition has set a new benchmark for Indigenous art displays.

Janet Laurence: After Nature

The Museum of Contemporary Arts Australia presents work by Janet Laurence.

The National 2019: A curator’s perspective

When ‘The National’ presented its first edition back in 2017, audiences were enchanted by the ambitious art, ideas and forms it presented across its three Sydney precincts.

What Next?: Spence Messih

Spence Messih’s practice uses sculpture, installation, photography and text to explore the potential of forms and materials to communicate trans(gender) experience.

David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948–2018

The Museum of Contemporary Arts presents work by David Goldblatt.

TARNANTHI: The old and the new

Tarnanthi, the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA)’s annual festival celebrating Indigenous contemporary art, will this year focus on master bark painter John Mawurndjul through the major touring exhibition, I am the old and the new.

Jenny Watson: Considered Intimacy

With a practice rooted in feminism, punk and rebellion, Jenny Watson’s oeuvre reads like a painted diary while her CV is testament to her firm place in Australian art history.


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