Bondi Pavilion Gallery

Applications now open for 2017

Located in the iconic heritage listed Bondi Pavilion, the Bondi Pavilion Gallery hosts an international audience with visitors from all walks of life. Boasting enormous visitation, Bondi Pavilion Gallery is a creative hub placed on the foreshore of contemporary Australian Culture.

Applications close 31 October 2016 for consideration for 2017.

If you have problems with your application, please contact visualarts@waverley.nsw.gov.au


Current exhibition

Dominic Kirkwood- Australian Gothic 

1–7 August
10am–5pm daily
Bondi Pavilion Gallery 

Free admission

Opening Night
Wednesday 3 August
6-8pm

Taking Arthur Boyd’s epic tapestry, Untitled (Shoalhaven Landscape) as its departure point ‘Australian Gothic’ is an immersive installation that employs the macabre theatrics of national politics. This new work by Dominic Kirkwood will recreate Boyd’s work in the form of a eucalypt forest, which will be filled by the interjections, shouts and murmurs from question time in Canberra. In this piece the Gothic is not found out in the desolate landscape but in the isolation from within Australia’s inner political psyche.

Dominic Kirkwood

Dominic is a Waverley Studio Artist.


Coming Soon 

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Jacqueline Butterworth - the old bear and the sea

The Old Bear and the Sea is a painted tale of an old bear, whose young owner was lost at sea long ago, and who leaves home in a toy boat to find him.


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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...


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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.


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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
visualarts@waverley.nsw.gov.au
Phone: (02) 9083 8790

Gallery open 10-5pm daily.

Free Admission.

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