Exhibitions that closed in 2000

Australian Icons
Salutes 20 great Australian artists whose works are extensively represented in the Art Gallery's permanent collection.
4 August - 2 December 2000


Biennale of Sydney 2000
The southern hemisphere's pre-eminent contemporary art event. Focusing on artists whose work has made a significant impact on our ideas and attitudes.
26 May - 30 July 2000


Dead Sea Scrolls
The exhibition presents a selection of Dead Sea Scroll fragments together with related archaeological material from the nearby Khirbet Qumran site.
14 July - 15 October 2000


Fragrant Space
Chinese Flower and Bird Painting of the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
5 May - 25 June 2000


My City of Sydney
A photographic record of our city using works from the collection that date from the 1880s to the 1990s.
2 September - 22 October 2000


Olive Cotton
Celebrating the life and work of one of Australia's leading photographers.
13 May - 2 July 2000


Papunya Tula
A major retrospective tracing the history of Papunya Tula Artists, an Aboriginal company formed in 1971, from its humble origins in the small community of Papunya, west of Alice Springs, to its operations today in the homelands of the Gibson Desert.
18 August - 11 November 2000


Victorian Watercolours
British watercolours of the Victorian era selected from the Art Gallery's extensive holdings in the area.
1 July - 25 August 2000