Exhibitions

  • Justene Williams, The Joy of Life After Matisse/Madonna/Marcel

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    Justene Williams

    The Joy of Life After Matisse/Madonna/Marcel, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery.

  • Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro The Drag, 2015

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    Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro

    The Drag, 2015, Rover P6; 2-channel video. Colour, sound. 28 minutes. Courtesy Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

  • Andrew Hurle, _Reconstructions (after CW Dickinson)_, 2011 (detail), pigment ink jet print, 35 x 40 cm. Courtesy the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.

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    Creative Accounting

    Andrew Hurle, Reconstructions (after CW Dickinson), 2011 (detail), pigment ink jet print, 35 × 40 cm. Courtesy the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.

  • Deborah Kelly & collaborators, No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory), 2014, pigment ink print on Hahnemühle papers bonded to aluminium, with collage from books and found materials, glue and UV protective varnishes, 200 x 109 cm. Courtesy the artist

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    No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory)

    Deborah Kelly & collaborators, No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory), 2014, pigment ink print on Hahnemühle papers bonded to aluminium, with collage from books and found materials, ...

M&G NSW runs the largest touring program of contemporary visual art and craft in NSW, delivering the best Australian art to regional, remote and metropolitan audiences through the comprehensive network of public galleries and museums Australia wide.

In the last three years, M&G NSW has reached over half a million visitors through 16 exhibitions of contemporary art and craft that toured to 51 separate galleries and museums across six states and territories.

We work closely with a range of organisations and partners to develop innovative exhibitions for tour nationally, presenting the full spectrum of contemporary art and craft practice by leading artists, both emerging and established. Our partners are regional galleries and arts centres, contemporary art spaces, university galleries, state cultural institutions, and private collections and include Artspace, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation and UNSW Galleries.

M&G NSW provides support and advice on exhibition development and delivery, itinerary development and programming, freight and logistics management, insurance, conservation and condition reporting, program development, marketing, promotion and risk assessment.

Our touring exhibitions come complete with resources including high-quality publications, educational material, public programs and activities.

For more information on our touring exhibition program, please contact:

Rachel Arndt
Gallery Programs & Touring Exhibitions Manager
e: rachela@mgnsw.org.au
t: 02 9339 9906

Imogen Dixon-Smith  
Gallery Programs & Touring Exhibitions Coordinator
e: imogend@mgnsw.org.au
t: 02 9339 9905

Susan Wacher  
Gallery Programs Coordinator
e: susanw@mgnsw.org.au
t: 02 9339 9916


 

NETS Australia

M&G NSW is the NSW representative of National Exhibitions Touring Support (NETS) Australia, a national network of independent arts organisations committed to promoting and presenting contemporary art, craft and design through touring exhibitions.

Membership of NETS describes a shared ambition to ensure that regional and remote audiences have access to the best contemporary visual art and craft exhibitions and audience engagement opportunities.  

Established as an Australia Council initiative in 1988 to increase access to and enjoyment of contemporary art, the national network services the third of Australia’s population who reside outside metropolitan centres. NETS Australia continues to deliver on these aims and collaborates on national projects and initiatives to support and grow the capacity of the artists, curators, writers, galleries and their staff and volunteers that we work with.

Over the last three years NETS Australia exhibitions were seen by 1.77 million people, Australia wide – the majority who live in regional and remote areas. NETS agencies employ over 650 artists annually.

Visit the NETS Australia website for more information.

 

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

Museums & Galleries of NSW helps museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres of NSW create exciting and inspiring experiences for visitors and strong, thriving local communities. We develop their skills, connect them with others in the industry, provide funding, point visitors their way, and give them access to ground-breaking exhibitions.

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

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(M&G NSW) provides programs and services improving the visitor experience in small to medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres across NSW.

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