This is a listing of exhibitions managed by Museums & Galleries of NSW that have previously been on tour across NSW and Australia. More information on all current and upcoming touring exhibitions, including full tour itineraries, exhibition catalogues, videos and educational resources, are available at the NETS Australia website.
Contemporary Australian Drawing: 20 Years of the Dobell Prize for Drawing was a special exhibition curated in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the prestigious Dobell Prize for Drawing.
Drawing from alternative currencies, banking archives, pop culture and contemporary art, Creative Accounting connects diverse local audiences with ideas around currency, economic systems and historical quirks at a time when money is becoming increasingly abstract.
In-Habit: Project Another Country, commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, is a contemporary art project by Filipino-born, Brisbane based artists, Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan.
The Last Supper is a new sculptural installation by Ken + Julia Yonetani, commissioned by Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre and developed during a four month residency at the Gallery from January 2014.
Objects & Energies brings together three artists from different generational and cultural backgrounds who have approached non-objectivity and abstraction not as a kind of formalism, but as a means of structuring physical, temporal, scientific and transcendental ideas.
Sense of Place features the work of eight Australian artists united by their exploration of the boundaries of national identity, cultural propriety and social paradigms, all through the medium of moving image.
Drawn from the Sydney private collection of Lisa and Danny Goldberg, Stars + Stripes: American Art of the 21st Century from the Goldberg Collection is a vibrant selection of new American art by some of the country’s hottest young names, many made within the last three years.
Created for the 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), the work comprises 20 life-sized photographic portraits realised through ongoing discussion, exchange and art making between the artist, the subjects and public participants.