4 Nov 2023–10 Mar 2024

Showcasing the life and work of one of the most influential and best-loved European modernists, Vasily Kandinsky. This comprehensive exhibition is curated with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.

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Louise Bourgeois

Has the Day Invaded the Night or Has the Night Invaded the Day?

25 Nov 2023–28 Apr 2024

Day and night, love and hate, calm and chaos, conscious and unconscious. Enter a world of emotional extremes in this exhibition of the art of Louise Bourgeois, one of the most influential artists of the past century. This is the largest exhibition of Bourgeois's work ever seen in Australia.

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Tacita Dean

8 Dec 2023–3 Mar 2024

Experience the largest presentation of the internationally acclaimed artist's work in the Southern Hemisphere, including exclusive works created for the MCA. A remarkable sensory experience encompassing film, photography, sound, installation, drawing, printmaking and collage.

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Children's tickets:

Children are required to have a ticket, and this is issued either online (MCA Australia), or at the exhibition entrance or information desk (MCA Australia and Art Gallery of NSW).

  • Art Gallery of New South Wales exhibitions — free entry for ages 11 and under. A youth ticket is required for ages 12–17.

  • Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition — free entry for ages 17 and under.

Experience Sydney


What you need to know about getting to the galleries and experiences on offer during your visit.


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Pair your visit to the exhibitions with fine food from a range of dining options at both galleries.

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Delve deeper with a diverse program of events including talks, tours, performances, workshops, family activities and film.

Kandinsky related events Louise Bourgeois related events

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Plan your trip with transport NSW

The Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia are located close to major train stations and public transport.

Visiting both galleries in one day is easy – take the scenic route with a stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens or travel one stop on the train.

Images: Vasily Kandinsky Dominant curve April 1936, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection, photo courtesy Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
Louise Bourgeois Arch of Hysteria 1993 in the Tank, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Collection The Easton Foundation, New York © The Easton Foundation/VAGA at ARS/Copyright Agency 2023, artwork image: Christopher Burke, concept: Ring Studio
Tacita Dean, Paradise (still), 2021, 35mm colour anamorphic film, with music, Paradiso by Thomas Adès, image courtesy the artist; Frith Street Gallery, London and Marian Goodman Gallery New York/Paris, © the artist