Staged at Carriageworks, Australia's largest multi-arts centre, Sydney Contemporary welcomes over 90 galleries, showcasing the work of over 450 leading and emerging artists exhibiting the best in contemporary art.Read More
With a thriving contemporary art scene, Sydney is a dynamic cultural destination. The city has an international reputation for presenting the very best in visual art through its leading commercial galleries, public institutions, private museums, festivals and the Sydney Biennale. Defined by the vibrancy of its host city, Sydney Contemporary provides collectors, industry professionals and the art loving public access to cutting-edge art from some of the world's most respected artists and galleries as well as the opportunity to discover new, emerging talent.
Alongside the galleries, there are curated sections for installation and performance as well as an ambitious program of panel discussions, guided tours, educational workshops and extensive VIP events. Additionally, the Fair is home to pop-up restaurants by some of Sydney's much-loved dining institutions, making it an all-encompassing experience.
Billed as one of the most celebrated events on Australia's cultural calendar, Sydney Contemporary is a must-attend art event and the perfect place to discover and collect modern and contemporary art.
7–10 September 2023
Wednesday Collector Preview (invitation only): 2pm – 8pm
Thursday, 7 September: 11am – 5pm
Art Night, Thursday 7 September: 5.30pm – 9pm
Friday 8 September: 11am – 8pm
Saturday 9 September: 11am – 6pm
Sunday 10 September: 11am – 5pm
Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015, Australia
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The Art Assembly is an affiliation of major international art fairs with a particular focus on the Asia Pacific region. Comprising Taipei Dangdai, India Art Fair, Sydney Contemporary, PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai and ART SG, The Art Assembly represents a joint initiative between three of the world's leading art fair organisers headed by Sandy Angus, Tim Etchells and Magnus Renfrew.