We're Giving Away a Double Pass To Every Art Gallery of NSW Exhibition This Year

Because art is great, and free art is even better.
Lucy McNabb
Published on January 23, 2019

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Calling all gallery goers. If your love of art is on par with Charlie's love of chocolate, we've got something that'll bring a golden twinkle to your eye. We're giving away a golden ticket to the Art Gallery of NSW, which grants you and a mate access to every single exhibition held there this year. That's free passes to some of the most exciting curatorial offerings in town in your hot little art-loving hands. So what's lined up, you ask?

Well, until Sunday, March 3, you can check out Masters of Modern Art from The Hermitage. The exhibition is an eye-poppingly awesome selection from the St Petersburg's State Hermitage Museum that includes works by radical innovators Monet, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Gauguin, Kandinsky and Pissarro.

Works by legendary Australian artist Brett Whiteley are also on show until Sunday, March 31. From early drawings of Sydney and France through to the landscapes, interiors and nudes of his later career, this survey celebrates the integral, inspirational role drawing played in his creative process. In April, the gallery hosts the most comprehensive Marcel Duchamp exhibition to ever be seen in the Asia-Pacific, treating visitors to about 150 works and documentary materials from the influential artist's rich career in The Essential Duchamp. You'll get to see early gems like Portrait of Dr. Dumouchel (1910) and Sonata (1911) alongside later career-changing works including Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 (1912). And in November, the gallery is set to host, Japan Supernatural,blockbuster exhibition of Japanese artworks, including those by Takashi Murakami.

But that's not all. The passes also include entry into an exhibition dedicated to masterpieces from Taipei's National Palace Museum, plus the annual Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes.

To enter, see details below.

Published on January 23, 2019 by Lucy McNabb
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