Tacita Dean’s solo exhibition will be the largest collection of the artist’s work in the Southern Hemisphere.
The exhibition highlights the creative power of one of today’s most admired artists, with most works presented created by Dean in the last five years. You’ll find monumental chalkboard drawings, a sensuous photographic and print series, and immersive film installations. Among the highlights of the exhibition will be multi-media works from the artist’s designs for the ballet The Dante Project (2021), a collaboration with choreographer Wayne McGregor and composer Thomas Adès for The Royal Ballet; and Geography Biography (2023) a monumental film installation commissioned by the Pinault Collection for the Bourse de Commerce, Paris.
One of the most important living artists of our times, Dean is best known for her works made with analogue film. Her use of the analogue medium in the digital age speaks to the precarious conditions of the contemporary era. At a time of constant change, her works are distinguished by meticulous attention to detail that encourages slow and careful observation of the surrounding world.
Full Price - $25
Concession - $18
+ booking fee
Wed to Mon: 10am - 5pm
Until 9pm Friday
Closed Christmas Day