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100 Views of Mount Fuji
An exhibition which explores a wide range of manifestations of Mt Fuji as portrayed in one hundred works by Japanese painters and print designers from the 17th to 20th century.

2002 Archibald, Wynne, Sulman & Dobell Prize winners

2002 Archibald, Wynne, Sulman & Dobell Prizes

Albertina: Old Master Drawings from Vienna
An exhibition of Old Master drawings from the Albertina in Vienna. The unfolding story of the art of drawing in Europe from the Italian High Renaissance to the French Rococo.

Belle-Île: Monet, Russell & Matisse in Brittany

Bitter Sweet

Brett Whiteley - Alchemy

Brett Whiteley - Animals and Birds
An exhibition at the Brett Whiteley Studio, Surry Hills, featuring "some of the most touchingly beautiful and yet playful [works] of Whiteley's prodigious career"

Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship 2002
Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship 2002 Annoucement Date - Friday 20 September 2002 12 noon

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Ernesto Neto
A new sculptural installation by the Brazilian contemporary artist Ernesto Neto.

it's a beautiful day
'New Painting in Australia' is a series of exhibitions organised by the Art Gallery of New South Wales that survey current painting practice by leading artists from around Australia. The exhibitions highlight the relevance of Australian painting to contemporary culture.

Len Lye

Lloyd Rees Sketchbooks

Love & Death

Others - Contemporary Photography
Three very different contemporary artists whose preferred medium is photography: Harold David, Alex Kershaw and Vanila Netto.

Picasso: The Last Decades
The last two decades of Picasso’s life, 1953 to 1973, are revealed in this major exhibition organised by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, which includes more than 80 paintings and works on paper selected from museums around the world.

Pumpuni Jilamara: Tiwi Art
An exhibition of art of the Indigenous people of Melville and Bathurst Islands, off the north coast of Australia: the Tiwi people.

Robert Klippel
A retrospective exhibition of Australia's most important sculptor, Robert Klippel (1920 - 2001).

Simryn Gill
A photographic exhibition by the Australian contemporary artist Simryn Gill.

Soft Shadows and Sharp Lines
An exhibition which explores the aesthetic shift from a pictorialism to modernism in Australian photography from Cazneaux to Dupain.

The Art of Islam
More than 120 of the finest examples of Islamic arts, ranging from jewel encrusted objects, rare ceramics, finely detailed miniatures and illustrated written texts, have been selected for this internationally touring exhibition.

Winner of the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship 2002
It was announced at the Brett Whiteley Studio on Friday 20 September that Ben Quilty has been awarded the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship for 2002.

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