Location: Contemporary galleries, Contemporary project space
With the gift of the John Kaldor Family Collection, the Art Gallery of NSW has the most comprehensive representation of contemporary art in the country from the 1960s to the present day.
The contemporary galleries feature a vibrant selection of international and Australian contemporary art.
Recently installed is Ken Unsworth’s extraordinary Suspended stone circle II, one of the Gallery’s most popular works.
The changing display includes works by Carl Andre, Mikala Dwyer, Tracey Emin, Richard Serra, Yinka Shonibare and Frank Stella, among others.
In a special commission, Gregor Schneider has created an 11 × 4 metre 'haunting room’, titled Basement Keller Haus u r (Basement cellar house) 1985-2012.
The galleries are also home to the contemporary project space and its temporary exhibitions of works by living artists.
In 2014, the galleries will also host the exhibition Sol LeWitt: Your mind is exactly at that line.
Image: Ken Unsworth Suspended stone circle II 1974-77, 1988 (detail)