detail: Robert Hannaford, Australia, born 1944, Self-Portrait , 2008, Riverton, South Australia, oil on canvas, 110.0 x 140.0cm; Private collection. Courtesy the artist Fund 1940, Art Gallery of South Australia.

ROBERT HANNAFORD

Presenting 50 years of work by South Australia’s most celebrated portraitist. Now showing.

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detail: Catherine Truman, Australia, born 1957, Ongoing being, 2010, Adelaide, mixed media;  Courtesy the artist

Catherine Truman

Discover the manifold practice of artist Catherine Truman. Now showing.

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Image:Carol Jerrems, Australia, 1949 – 1980, Vale Street, 1975, St Kilda, Victoria, gelatin silver photograph, 13.3 x 19.9cm; Maurice A. Clark Bequest Fund 2013, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Courtesy estate of the artist, 2015

PUBLIC IMAGE, PRIVATE LIVES

Delve beneath the surface of Australian and international photography. Now showing.

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detail: Arthur Streeton, Australia, 1867 – 1943, Nocturne, Amiens, 1918, Amiens, oil on canvas, 76.2 x 63.5 cm, Gift of Artist 1943, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

BETWEEN THE LINES

A display commemorating the ANZAC centenary. Now showing.

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Ilm: Art and knowledge in Islam

This display reflects on the ways that Muslim artists have explored understanding knowledge in Islam. Now showing.

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detail: Sue Kneebone, Australia, born 1963, Neat Drop, 2014, Adelaide, mixed media: found chandelier, kangaroo skulls, chain, found chair, rock, glass bottle, leather, seed pod, wood, dimensions variable; Gift of Tracey and Michael Whiting though the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation’s South Australian Artists Fund 2015, Art Gallery of South Australia. installation view: Deadpan, Fontenelle, 2014. Courtesy the artist. photo: James Field.

Sue Kneebone

Exploring intersections between history, memory and myth. Now showing.

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image: Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, Australia, 1949, Southern Arrernte people, Northern Territory, Large mustard eel trap #1, 2012, Canberra Glassworks, Kingston, Canberra, glass, 32.0 x 108.0 x 32.0 cm; Gift of Lesley Lynn through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2013, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Making & Meaning: Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander craft and design

Now showing.

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detail: Kate Kurucz, 2016, The Island, oil on linen, 91.0 x 91.0 cm; Photo: Grant Hancock

THE COLLECTIONS PROJECT

A new series of paintings by South Australian artist Kate Kurucz. Now showing.

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detail: Japan, Shibayama cabinet, c.1880, Japan, inlaid wood, lacquer, ivory, mothe‑of‑pearl, gilt bronze, 208.0 x 140.0 x 60.0 cm; Gift of the  beneficiaries of Agnes M.C. Rasp 1936

Great Tales in Asian Art

Portraying grand narratives and iconic scenes in Asian art. Now showing.

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detail: Brook Andrew, Australia, born 1970, Wiradjuri people, New South Wales, The Island I, 2008, black ink, silver foil on linen; Gift of Susan Armitage through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2011, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Courtesy the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris

CARRYING CULTURE

Explore the power and persistence of the vessel, the weapon and the ornament in Aboriginal art and culture. Now showing.

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image detail: Franz KEMPF, Australia, born 1926, Memorial I, 1979, printed at Druckma Press, Melbourne, colour lithograph on paper, 61.0 x 38.5 cm (image), Gift of Franz Kempf through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2014. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program, 20142G23

FRANZ KEMPF

Celebrating Franz Kempf’s ninetieth birthday and his enduring career. Now showing.

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THE MODERN IMAGE

Featuring South Australian photographers Morris, Baylis and Waterhouse. Now showing.

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detail: Camille Pissarro, France, 1830-1903, Prairie à Éragny, 1886, Éragny, France, oil on canvas, 59.4 x 73.0 cm. Gift of the Gwinnett Family, James and Diana Ramsay Foundation, Marjory Edwards Bequest Fund, Margaret Olley Art Trust, Helen Bowden, Frank and Mary Choate, Peter and Pamela McKee, Emeritus Professor Anne Edwards AO, David and Pam McKee, and Members through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation Masterwork Appeal 2014.

PISSARRO ON DISPLAY

See the Art Gallery's most ambitious acquisition to date. Now showing.

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