First images of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
The major construction work for the Art Gallery’s expansion is now complete, with the new building on track to open its doors on Saturday 3 December.
Designed by SANAA, the new building almost doubles the space for art.
The new building celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, with the museum internationally renowned collection showcased in a permanent gallery on entrance level. Three art pavilions with new galleries, a 250-metre rammed earth wall sweeping through two floors, and a spectacular art space created from a decommissioned WWII oil tank, are among the new building’s highlights.
Argentine-Peruvian artist Adrián Villar Rojas is the inaugural artist commissioned for the Tank, located on the lowest level of our new building.