The Australian Museum is home to a wide variety of exhibits covering everything from Aboriginal culture to natural history. It’s worth checking out the Sydney Living Gallery as well as the Lockhart River Gallery where you can explore one of Australia’s most beautiful rivers.
The National Museum of New Zealand is home to some interesting Kiwi artifacts, such as a moa skeleton and a kiwi eggshell filled with pottery shards. The Plunket Collection houses over 100 examples of Māori art and is part of the Auckland Art Gallery Collection. The museum also has an excellent Pacific collection including Mangaia Island baskets, Niue barkcloth, Cook Islands tapa cloth and Easter Island.
The Western Australian Museum is a museum in the city of Perth, Western Australia, that holds some of the most significant pieces of Aboriginal art in the world.
The Art Gallery of South Australia is another important indigenous museum that houses a vast collection from more than 50 different Australian tribes. The gallery also hosts changing exhibitions curated by artists from various tribes across Australia.
Artists on the Move and Their Exhibitions Worth Seeing
The Art of Movement is a contemporary art exhibition by artists on the move. The exhibition features works by artists from around the world, who adopt movement as their creative practice in a wide spectrum of disciplines.
The exhibition is on at the National Gallery of Victoria until 8 May 2019.
Artists On The Move and Their Exhibitions Worth Seeing in Australia
A contemporary art exhibition that feature works by artists from around the world, who adopt movement as their creative practice in a wide spectrum of disciplines, is on at the National Gallery of Victoria until 8 May 2019.
There are various events and exhibitions happening in Australia, some of which are worth seeing.
Paintings, sculptures and other forms of contemporary art are on display all across the country; you just need to know where to look.
Some exhibitions worth seeing in Australia include:
- Emerald City, the Australian Biennial for Contemporary Art – East Australian Currents at the Liverpool Street Gallery (Sydney)
- The Future Now at Sydney Contemporary Art Exhibitions (Sydney)
- Symposium on Creative Practice, curated by assistant curator Jasmine Mackenzie (Sydney)