Exhibitions that closed in 2002

100 Views of Mount Fuji
An exhibition which explores a wide range of manifestations of Mt Fuji as portrayed in 100 works by Japanese painters and print designers from the 17th to 20th century.
22 June - 25 August 2002


Albertina: Old Master Drawings from Vienna
This exhibition tells the unfolding story of the art of drawing in Europe across three centuries, from the Italian High Renaissance to the French Rococo.
7 September - 10 November 2002


Archibald Prize 2002
Australia's most loved and controversial art prize. Includes the Sulman and Wynne Prizes and the Dobell Prize for Drawing.
1 June - 21 July 2002


An exhibition featuring a selection of outstanding student artworks developed for the artmaking component of the Higher School examination in Visual Arts, 2001.
15 February - 14 April 2002


Belle �le
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and the Australian Impressionist John Peter Russell created on the island of Belle-�le, France.
24 November 2001 - 3 February 2002


Biennale of Sydney 2002
One of the world's major contemporary art festivals. '(The World May Be) Fantastic' explores the way artists use narratives, models, fictions and fabrications to challenge and to change our interpretations of the world.
15 May - 14 July 2002


Seven contemporary Australian artists offer insight into how we interact with each other and the world in which we live.
20 April - 10 June 2002


BUDDHA: Radiant Awakening
This exhibition of sculptures, paintings and textiles stresses the pervading universality of Buddha across all times and across geographical, cosmic and virtual space.
10 November 2001 - 24 February 2002


An exhibition of twentieth century Australian art based on a chronological sequence of spaces, each containing works executed strictly within a period.
19 February 2001 - 10 February 2002


Ingeborg Tyssen
Ingeborg Tyssen (1945 - 2002) was one of Australia's leading photographers. This display of works, drawn from the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, pays homage to her as a major figure in Australian photographic history.
29 October - 8 December 2002


Len Lye
An exhibition of photograms, kinetic sculptures and films by contemporary New Zealand artist Len Lye.
1 December 2001 - 27 January 2002


Lloyd Rees
An exhibition of drawings and watercolours from the European sketchbooks of the Australian artist Lloyd Rees (1895-1988).
9 February - 28 April 2002


Love & Death
An exhibition of British nineteenth century paintings from Australian and New Zealand collections.
16 March - 12 May 2002


Margaret Preston: Australian Focus
An exhibition focusing on 3 paintings by Australian 20th century artist Margaret Preston: 'The brown pot' 1940, 'I lived at Berowra' 1941 and 'Grey day in the ranges' 1942.
30 September 2001 - 2 February 2002


Nell + Mel O'Callaghan
Contemporary art installation produced by collaboration by two artists.
20 January - 3 March 2002


Ngurra Kutu (Going Home)
An exhibition of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art.
8 September 2001 - 23 June 2002


Robert Klippel
A retrospective exhibition of Australia's most important sculptor, Robert Klippel (1920-2001).
9 August - 13 October 2002


Simryn Gill
An exhibition of photographic work by Australian contemporary artist, Simryn Gill.
26 July - 22 September 2002


Soft Shadows and Sharp Lines
An exhibition which explores the aesthetic shift in Australian photography from a pictorial style of image-making, demonstrated in the work of Harold Cazneaux, to the modernist compositions of artists such as Max Dupain.
5 October - 17 November 2002


Tim Johnson & My Le Thi: yab yum
A collaborative installation in conjunction with the exhibition 'BUDDHA: radiant Awakening'.
10 November 2001 - 24 February 2002