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Matisse & Picasso was the first exhibition in Australia to tell the story of the artistic relationship between two of Europe’s greatest twentieth-century artists. For more than half a century they followed each other’s creative developments and achievements.

The sustained rivalry between them was not only key to their individual success, but also changed the course of 20th century Western European art

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This exhibition brought to life the extraordinary history of one of the world’s most opulent palaces.

It featured more than 130 treasures from Versailles, including the 1.5 tonne fountain sculpture of Latona and her children, the intricate objects and porcelain of Marie-Antoinette and a pair of Candelabra from the world famous 'Hall of Mirrors'.

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With over 100 works by

21 Pre-Raphaelite artists, drawn

from British and Australasian institutions and private collections, 

Love & Desire was the most ambitious exhibition of Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces ever shown in Australia.

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Exploring Cartier’s 170-year history designing and producing exquisite jewellery for its glittering international clientele; this exhibition featured over 300 works of art loaned from the Cartier Collection and museums, institutions and important private and Royal collections around the world.

An extraordinary exhibition

that included many of the artist’s spectacular, immersive light installations. Featuring a new

Ganzfeld, one of Turrell’s largest

in the series, demonstrating why

he is one of the most important

artists working today.

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Beginning in the 1800s, this exhibition showed more than 200 years of Australian art on the theme of land and landscape and included many of this country's greatest masterpieces. With over 200 artworks, it was the largest historical survey of Australian art ever to represent this country overseas. 

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Featuring a remarkable collection of paintings by Monet, including his pioneering painting Impression, Sunrise 1872; together with works by artists that influenced Monet and paintings by his Impressionist contemporaries – this exhibition examines the founding of the Impressionist art movement—

a defining moment in art history.

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American Masters told the story of

the formation of the NGA's incredible American art collection and examined

how a generation of young Americans challenged local traditions and reinvented modern art. It included 

the NGA's iconic masterpieces by

the most important American

artists of the 20th century.

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Australia’s first exhibition of Early and High Renaissance art displayed more than 70 works on canvas and wood panel by many of the greatest Italian artists, including Raphael, Botticelli, Bellini and Titian. Borrowing these works was only possible because the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, Italy was temporarily closed for renovation. 

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Working with cult contemporary

artist Yayoi Kusama and her studio,

we produced one of her popular infinity rooms for the NGA.

The Spirits of the Pumpkins

Descended into the Heavens 2015

was an incredibly popular, immersive installation of endless reflection,

yellow pumpkins and black dots.

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34 years in fashion

This exhibition surveyed the life and career of Vivienne Westwood - from a central figure in the London Punk movement to pillar of the British fashion establishment. She has survived without compromising her ideals and delivered fashion designs that provoked outrage, amusement and ultimately respect. 

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This extensive survey of more than 100 Indigenous artworks was organised specifically for display in Berlin and New Delhi. Representing over 60 artists, exploring Indigenous Australian culture, ancient rituals, mythology, country, identity, politics and race in one of the biggest exhibitions of Indigenous art to be held outside Australia. 

From lifelike sculptures to out-of-this-world virtual reality, this exhibition charted the evolution of hyperrealism, through to the 21st century. Presenting works by early pioneers George Segal, and John De Andrea, Australian artists Patricia Piccinini and Ron Mueck, and international masters Maurizio Cattelan, Evan Penny, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, and many more.


The art of Tasmania's Black War

This National Picture presented

the work of Tasmanian colonial artists created during the declaration of martial law in Van Diemen’s Land

in 1828 and the beginnings of

George Augustus Robinson’s ill-fated

‘Friendly Mission’, through until artist,

Benjamin Duterrau’s death in 1851. 

With key loans from national and international collections, it examined significant and confronting issues, reconsidering this dark episode in Tasmania’s complex past.

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Masterpieces from Paris:

Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne and beyond featured 112 of some of

the best-known works of modern art from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

It explored the dramatic changes in late 19th century European art and included masterpieces by van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne, Seurat, Bonnard, Monet and Edouard Vuillard.

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Tom Roberts was a great

Australian painter and arguably

one of Australia’s best-known

and most loved artists.

With over 130 works from

public and private collections,

this exhibition was remarkable

in its ambition and scope,

surveying the artist’s expansive

60 year career.

This exhibition provided an evocative overview of the region’s ancestral arts and culture, from prehistoric times to the twenty-first century. As the first major exhibition of its kind held in Australia, it celebrated the antiquity and continuity of animism as the inspiration for exquisite objects in bronze, stone, wood, gold and fibre. 

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Featuring over 200 works of art

from gold regalia, intricate jewellery and striking vessels to elaborate embroidered and woven cloths,

this was the first survey of ancient Peruvian art ever held in Australia. Drawn from 10 private and public museums in Peru, the exhibition displayed the art and ceremonial objects from the 17 ancient

cultures that dominated Peru

leading up to the Inca Empire

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This was the first exhibition held in Australia devoted to the art of Edgar Degas. The exhibition highlighted the artist’s favourite theme, portraying modern life in Paris – and presented important paintings and sculptures depicting horseracing, the ballet, laundresses and bathers, and demonstrates his skill as a master painter, sculptor and draughtsman.

We have also designed, managed and delivered many other Gallery and Museum projects.

These include major fashion exhibitions on Balenciaga

and Christening, Bridal & Mourning Fashions; Museum exhibitions on the EgyptianGreek, RomanEtruscan Civilisations, and an interpretative visitor centre about Caves.

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