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Art Gallery of New South Wales announce contemporary art exhibitions for 2013

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is pleased to announce its contemporary art exhibitions for 2013. We used to talk about love presents work by 11 artists who deal with the vexed terrain of the body and desire, ideas of solitude and togetherness, archives of feeling, and the disintegration of romantic ideals. In The space between us, 7 invited artists present works that test physical and psychological boundaries with challenging feats, exercises in endurance and the construction and performance of social situations.

Art Gallery of New South Wales

For this year’s AGNSW Contemporary Projects series, Tony Albert exhibits a major wall installation, forming the third part of a trilogy series; Agatha Gothe-Snape and Sriwahana Spong respectively investigate the body in relation to context, and the interplay between choreography and improvisation; Alex Kershaw will premiere a new video installation filmed during a recent residency in Tokyo; and Lucas Ihlein & Ian Milliss present the The Yeomans Project.

In addition to the collection-based exhibitions, this year’s programme of contemporary art would not have been possible without the generous support of the Balnaves Foundation, UBS, Sophie Landa and Andrew & Cathy Cameron.

We used to talk about love
Balnaves contemporary: photomedia
31 January–21 April 2013
Polly Borland, Eliza Hutchison, Paul Knight, Angelica Mesiti, David Noonan, David Rosetzky, Darren Sylvester, Tim Silver, Glenn Sloggett, Grant Stevens and Justene Williams. Curated by Natasha Bullock.

The space between us
Anne Landa Award for video and new media arts 2013
16 May–28 July 2013
Lauren Brincat, Alicia Frankovich, Laresa Kosloff, Angelica Mesiti, Kate Mitchell, James Newitt and Christian Thompson. Curated by Charlotte Day.

AGNSW Contemporary Projects
Tony Albert 18 May–7 July 2013
Agatha Gothe-Snape & Sriwhana Spong 18 July–1 September 2013
Alex Kerhsaw 12 September–10 November 2013
Lucas Ihlein & Ian Milliss 28 November–27 January 2014

Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery Road
The Domain Sydney NSW 2000

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