Takashi Murakami. Photo © Claire Dorn, courtesy of Murakami Studio
Art Gallery of NSW
Celebrating the wildly imaginative spirit world of Japanese art, Japan Supernatural features over 180 magnificent works by some of the greatest Japanese artists of the past and present, from the nineteenth-century master Katsushika Hokusai to international art superstar Takashi Murakami.
Cornelia Parker, Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991. A garden shed and contents blown up for the artist by the British Army, the fragments suspended around a light bulb. Collection: Tate, image courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London. © the artist. Photograph: Hugo Glendinning.
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
This summer, British artist Cornelia Parker will transform everyday objects into unexpected and explosive installations, sculptures, drawings and films.
Immerse yourself in works that suspend time and capture spectacular moments of transformation.
Purchase a Sydney International Art Pass to see both exhibitions and save 20%. Adult $39, Concession $33, Family $97. On sale 23 August 2019.
What you need to know about getting to the galleries and experiences on offer during your visit. Details available soon.
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Pair your visit to the exhibitions with fine cuisine, with a range of special dining offers available at both galleries. Details available soon.
Delve deeper into this year's Sydney International Art Series with a diverse program of events including talks, tours, performances, workshops, family activities and film.
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