Inspired by Sci-Fi, comics and fantasy movies, Terminus is a virtual reality (VR) installation that transports the viewer into an imaginary landscape of colour and pattern populated by human clones, moving walkways and gateways to new realms.
Heide Museum of Art, VIC
4 Nov 2019 – 1 Mar 2020
Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart TAS
13 Mar – 3 May 2020
Academy Gallery, Launceston TAS
15 May – 21 Jun 2020
This travelling exhibition showcases Australian artist Sidney Nolan’s series of 26 paintings of the nineteenth-century bushranger Ned Kelly. Created in 1946–47, the outlaw’s story is distilled into a visual narrative in which the Australian landscape plays a key role.
Museum and Art Gallery of the NT,
16 Nov 2019 – 23 Feb 2020
Presenting work by 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and engaging with issues such as identity, racism, displacement, sovereignty and the Stolen Generations, Defying Empire celebrates the ongoing resilience of Australia’s Indigenous people, from first contact through to the present day.
Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney NSW
23 May - 18 Oct 2020
Drawing from the National Gallery's collection of David Hockney's works on paper from 1961 to present, David Hockney: prints highlights the depth and scope of the artist's printmaking output. It is a thrilling insight into the mind of an iconic artist still searching for new ways of seeing.
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, VIC
5 Oct – 1 Dec 2019
Art Deco emerged in the early decades of the twentieth century as a style in art, architecture and design. Drawn from the national collection, this travelling exhibition comprises work by Australian artists who embraced, adapted and advanced the Art Deco style, as well as selected international examples.
Ipswich Art Gallery, QLD
7 Sep – 27 Oct 2019
Horsham Regional Art Gallery, VIC
16 Nov 2019 – 2 Feb 2020
Canberra Museum and Gallery, ACT
9 May – 20 Jun 2020
The Elaine and Jim Wolfensohn Gift enables people from all around Australia to discover and handle treasured objects. Made possible by Jim Wolfensohn, the Australian-born former president of the World Bank, the gift comprises three art-filled suitcases and the 1888 Melbourne Cup.