Art Month Sydney is on view now across the city, celebrating the significance and vibrancy of Sydney’s art scene until 27 March.
You can visit the festival website to add events to your diary or share with friends, simply click on the precinct and create an itinerary. We hope you enjoy exploring the array of galleries presented online. You can also download ‘art at night’ guides for Chippendale, Redfern & Waterloo and Paddington & Woollahra. Each list, whether you build your own or follow a curated suggestion, details the gallery information as well as a brief explanation of the exhibition on view.
Some of our picks from Art Month Sydney 2022
Chippendale, Redfern & Waterloo – 18 March, from 4pm to 8pm
There are plenty of art spaces to explore from emerging to established galleries. We would make a beeline to Darren Knight Gallery for Robyn Stacey’s ‘Just Light’, Michael Reid Gallery is showing polaroids from Petrina Hicks that offer insight into the artist’s material and conceptual process, Galerie pompom shares Adam Norton’s exhibition, A Handbook for the Apocalypse, a how-to guide for surviving catastrophic situations and at Sabbia Gallery we are treated to two of Australia’s most well know artists working in ceramics and glass, Greg Daly and Giles Bettison.
Paddington & Woollahra – 25 March, from 4pm to 8pm
Relax into your evening at Saint Cloche with The Awakening by Melbourne artist, Holly Terry – work inspired by the artist’s journey as a student of yoga. Also considering the body, Prudence Flint has produced a new suite of paintings on show at Fine Arts Sydney. In leafy Paddington Roslyn Oxley9 gallery presents new paintings by Gareth Sansom in a special solo exhibition marking the gallery’s 40th anniversary.
This year Art Month Sydney has underscored that not only are their events free, many are dog-friendly!