Bondi Pavilion Gallery

Current exhibition

Schrödinger's Bird - Steven Durbach
Bondi Pavilion Gallery
24 May – 12 June
10am – 5pm daily

For this exhibition Steven Durbach (an artist with a background in science) has undertaken a unique collaboration with the internationally-renowned ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T), to explore the beauty inherent in the quantum world. The CQC2T use Silicon-crystal arrays to manipulate electrons, and explore the possibility of a silicon-based quantum computer, and Durbach uses painting, drawing and animation to express those ideas and innovations.

Coming Soon 

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Exponential growth…how to win at capitalism – Peter Conroy

Most political cartoons are meant to divide. According to artist Peter Conroy, they are loved or loathed depending if you’re a Green or a Liberal, Republican or a Democrat...



Waverley Studio Artist Elyssa Sykes-Smith, in collaboration with Aly Firbank and Asaf Sultan presents Causation, an immersive new dance work integrating installation, film and improvisation.

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Beach Couture: A Haute Mess

Reclaiming ocean pollution as Art, Marina DeBris presents a range of photos and pieces from her Beach Couture; A Haute Mess series. Half fashion, half art, the exhibition presents locally and internationally sourced trash...

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Gelato in July, Yulia Pustoshkina

A series of oil paintings by Russian-born, third generation artist Yulia Pustoshkina. Her new surrealist series is influenced by artists of the High Renaissance, their classical traditions and teachings.

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Borrowed Time – Tannya Harricks and Virginia Woods Jack

An exhibition of paintings and photographic images by artists Tannya Harricks and Virginia Woods-Jack in response to the ecologically fragile Fraser Island (K’Gari).

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Mapping Sydney – Caroline Bouquet

Mapping Sydney" is the name of my project, my Dairy. I am constantly looking for landmarks, for anchors, Light Houses, waves and their lines. These details and elements have helped me to set roots in Australia.


Kaleidoscope - The Tutors of Waverley Woollahra Art School

The exhibition highlights the dynamism which unfolds as different artists collaborate in one Art School. The diverse practices and quality of talent of tutors currently teaching...

Need more information?
Visual Arts Programs and Gallery Co-ordinator
Phone: (02) 9083 8790

Gallery open 10-5pm daily.

Free Admission.

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