A Private, After-Hours Viewing of Kandinsky at AGNSW
The AGNSW’s remarkable new show, Kandinsky – the largest exhibition of the great Russian modernist’s work ever seen in Australia – is set to draw crowds from across the city and the country this summer. It’s been curated with the Guggenheim New York, which is home to one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of the artist’s work.
Vasily Kandinsky (also known as Wassily Kandinsky) was a pioneer of abstract expressionism in Europe. The exhibition will showcase his life and work – from the beginnings of his artistic career in Munich, to his return to his birthplace of Moscow with the outbreak of World War I, to his final chapter in Paris.
We’re celebrating the opening of the exhibition with a private, Access-only viewing on November 17. It starts in the foyer of AGNSW’s iconic South Building, where you’ll be greeted with champagne and roaming canapés. You’ll hear first-hand insights in a Q&A hosted by Broadsheet editor Emma Joyce and a curator from the gallery, before exploring the exhibition in a private after-hours viewing.
There are very limited tickets available, so don’t wait.
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