Our Top 10 Artworks from Sydney Contemporary

Last week we visited Sydney Contemporary. Blown away by the sheer size and beauty of Carriageworks, this was just the beginning. There were over 90 galleries spanning across 14 countries and 4 continents offering cutting edge art from some of the worlds most respected artists as well as the next generation of emerging talent. In addition to the exhibiting galleries Sydney Contemporary featured a diverse program  of installation, moving image and performance art alongside guided tours, talks and an engaging children’s space.

Today we have decided to share with you our top ten pieces. In no particular order:


‘Untitled’ 1998 by Richard Lewer from Works on Sandpaper.


Ben Quiltys portraits at Jan Murphy’s Gallery display.


‘Wonk’y, ‘Diana’ and ‘Mischa’ by Fiona McMonagle at Olsen Irwin’s Gallery.


Amanda Marbugs’s ‘Zebra Parrot’ at Olsen Irwin Gallery.


‘Untitled’ by Shin Kwang Ho from South Korea at Yavuz Gallery.


Fabrizio Biviano’s ‘Which side are you on boys….’


Joy Ivill’s ‘Acid’ (Why i’ll never take acid again) embroidery.


Monica Rohan’s ‘Stance’ 2015.


Tomokazu Matsuyama’s ‘In Case Your Lost’.


Reg Mombassa’s ‘Assorted Skeletal Structures’

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