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    Outside Artspace in Wolloomooloo, Sydney.

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, 2013

    Matthew Griffin, Per Diem, 2007, courtesy of the artist and collection of Lane Cormick, Melbourne. Installation view: Artspace, Sydney, 2013. Photo: silversalt photography.

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, 2013

    Natalie Thomas, Appropriation, How Appropriate is it?, 2008, courtesy of the artist. Installation view: Artspace, Sydney, 2013. Photo: silversalt photography.

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, 2013

    Denis Beaubois, Currency, 2011, courtesy of the artist. Installation view: Artspace, Sydney, 2013. Photo: silversalt photography. Denis Beaubois’ project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council ...

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, 2013

    Installation view: The Financial Report, Artspace, Sydney, 2013.

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, Artspace,

    Melanie Gilligan, Crisis in the Credit System, 2008, courtesy of the artist commissioned by Artangel, London. Installation view: Artspace, Sydney, 2013. Photo: silversalt photography.

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    Installation view: The Financial Report, Artspace,

    Matthew Griffin, Common Sense, 2009, courtesy of the artist. Installation view: Artspace, Sydney, 2013. Photo: silversalt photography.

About

Artspace Visual Arts Centre is a leading international residency-based contemporary art centre, housed in the historic Gunnery Building in Woolloomooloo on Sydney Harbour.

Artists and their working practices are at the heart of Artspace. Advancing critical practices in contemporary art and culture, Artspace supports artists to create new work that defines the present and proposes future possibilities for contemporary art. 

Each year Artspace presents twelve to fifteen gallery-based exhibitions as well as touring and off-site projects; hosts around thirty artist residencies, many of which are the result of key national and international partnerships; and operates a regular open studio program.

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Free admission, except for special events

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43-51 Cowper Wharf Road
Woolloomooloo, NSW 2011

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11:00 to 17:00 (Closed on Public Holidays)

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Museums & Galleries of NSW is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

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