Two exhibitions that illustrate the global challenges of inequality and displacement will open at UNSW Galleries this week as part of the 2018 Sydney Festival.
Abdul Abdullah's portraiture critically examines the projection of criminality on people who identify as Muslim in Australia.
A panoramic exhibition that visually forecasts the global displacement of entire cultures will have its Australian premiere at UNSW Galleries on Saturday as part of the Sydney Festival.
A 3x3 metre boulder activated by a rock-climbing performance and wearable perfume bottles filled with anxiety reducing oils are just some of the works in this year’s UNSW Art & Design graduating exhibition.
Some of the most pressing environmental concerns of our times will be explored in a suite of exhibitions opening at UNSW Galleries this week.
A "painfully beautiful and unlovely" exhibition exploring the human experience of illness, disease and ultimately death is opening at UNSW Galleries.
Helen Pynor’s work addresses emotional and physiological questions around the liminal space between life and death.
The Australian premiere of acclaimed British filmmaker John Akomfrah’s Vertigo Sea is just one of the standout works being exhibited as part of UNSW Galleries’ 2016 program.
Pre-Columbian ceramics and hot pink shrink-wrapped monuments are part of an exhibition exploring the influence of travel on emerging artists.
The relationship between art, technology and the human experience is the focus of one of three major exhibitions at UNSW Galleries.