Manly Art Gallery & Museum has published and printed many fascinating exhibition catalogues over the past few years, creating lasting records of our significant visual arts and social history projects.
Available online now for the first time, we bring you a suite of exhibition catalogues to read and enjoy, including those marking major group exhibitions like Ku-ring-gai pH: art & science project, North Head Project and Manly Dam Project.
Other catalogues like 24 Years in Glass, a survey exhibition marking the artistic development of two significant Northern Beaches glass artists Benjamin Edols and Kathy Elliott, are also available to view online.
Through this process, we have collaborated with some brilliant writers, graphic designers and partners like the Water Research Laboratory School of Engineering UNSW Sydney, Eramboo Artist Environment, NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service and Q Station Manly.
Watch this space as our archive grows throughout 2020 and beyond, bringing the words and images of some of our great exhibition projects into your homes.
Some of the printed versions of these catalogues are still available for sale, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
Jenny Franklin: Paintings from the Edge of Ku-ring-gai
23 Oct – 29 Nov 2020 - An online exhibition brings together pivotal works from 1994 - 2016.
Latitude: A Collection of Rare Maps
An exhibition of maps including rare 15th-century European maps and maps depicting Australia and the Pacific.
Portraits Project - Artists’ Portraits by Greg Weight
Twenty-two portrait photographs of artists in their studios by renowned Australian photographer Greg Weight
Portraits Project - 15 Self Portraits
An exhibition of fifteen specially commissioned self-portrait paintings by acclaimed contemporary artists working in this genre.
Ku-ring-gai pH: Art & Science Project
Collaborative installations by artists and scientists inspired by Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Charlie Sheard: Absolute Abstraction
Explore the work of one of Australia’s most respected abstract painters.
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