Current Sydney Art Gallery Exhibitions

Sale Specials | 80% Off

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | 50% Off

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Gloria Petyarre

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Kudditji Kngwarreye

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Rosella Namok

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Sarrita King

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Tarisse King

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Lily Kelly Napangardi

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | 40% Off

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | 30% Off

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Barbara Weir

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Sale Specials | Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty

From: Nov 10, 2018
Until: Dec 30, 2018


Gorgeous Gifts Under $1k | online exhibition

From: Nov 01, 2018
Until: Jan 06, 2019


It's true what they say; an artwork is the gift that keeps on giving!
Whether you are a sophisticated art lover or just starting out, there is an abundance of affordable indigenous art to choose from at Kate Owen Gallery.

Charming Carry-On Pieces | online exhibition

From: Nov 01, 2018
Until: Jan 06, 2019


A selection of artworks that can be rolled-up to a size that is easily transportable!

KOG's most popular artists | online exhibition

From: Nov 01, 2018
Until: Jan 06, 2019


KOG's list of 'ones to watch' | online exhibition

From: Nov 01, 2018
Until: Jan 06, 2019


Colours of Spring 2018

From: Aug 25, 2018


A burst of colour and a breath of fresh air to shake off the winter blues and celebrate spring. Kate Owen Gallery staff have chosen their favourite pieces from leading artists including Gloria Petyarre, Barbara Weir, Kudditji Kngwarreye and Polly Ngale for this refreshening and eye opening show to kick off the warmer months.
On display until 23 Sept 2018.

Charmaine Pwerle - New Traditions (Online Exhibition)

From: Jul 14, 2018


Charmaine Pwerle, daughter of Barbara Weir and granddaughter of Minnie Pwerle, hails from one of Aboriginal art's great painting dynasties. It is tempting to look at Charmaine's artworks in light of her famous relatives, however her art demands attention in its own right. It makes its own statements. Charmaine's subject matter draws on stories passed down for generations, but approaches it in a wholly different fashion than her grandmother to whom she is so often compared. This latest body of work is truly traditional but also stands up against the best of contemporary art. Charmaine is defining a new tradition for Aboriginal art. Join us at Kate Owen Gallery for this memorable show.
On display until 12 August

The Three Brothers

From: Jun 09, 2018


Members of the lost tribe, Warlimpirrnga, Walala and Thomas Tjapaltjarri stunned the world when walking out of the desert in 1984. Within 3 years Warlimpirrnga's art featured in an exhibition in Melbourne. This exhibition features contemporary works by the three brothers.
On display until 1 July 2018

Emily Kame Kngwarreye - Earth's Creation Exhibition

From: Mar 24, 2018


Kate Owen Gallery in co-operation with DACOU gallery is delighted to present our highly anticipated exhibition Emily Kame Kngwarreye Earth's Creation.
Earth's Creation includes major previously un-exhibited works by leading Aboriginal artist, Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Accompanied with premium works by Emily's extended family, the exhibition includes the following artists;
Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle, Barbara Weir, Charmaine Pwerle, Freddy Purla, Teresa Purla, Gloria Petyarre, Betty Mbitjana, Emily Pwerle, Galya Pwerle and Lizzie Pwerle.
On display until 23 April 2018

WARLU 2018

From: Feb 17, 2018


Kate Owen Gallery is proud to showcase a new body of work from Warlukurlangu Artists. Warlukurlangu Artists is one of the longest running Aboriginal-owned art centres in Central Australia. With an exciting new wave of talent in the Centre's next generation of artists, this exhibition offers a carefully selected and diverse new body of works and influences from various artists.
On display until 11 March 2018