- 06 Jul - 07 Oct
10:00 AM-5:00 PM *
Wed: 10.00AM - 9.00PM
(5 - 17 years)
From humble beginnings to a thriving metropolis Sydney in the 1920s and 30s was in the midst of great change. By the early 20s its population had grown to one million and its urban environment was begin transformed by exciting new structures, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Like the changing city, artists in Sydney were forging new paths and exploring innovative ways of interpreting the new world around them. Featuring works by Margaret Preston, Roy de Maistre, Grace Cossington Smith, Ralph Balson and Harold Cazneaux, this exhibition is a celebration of modern Sydney life.