With its imposing red-rust structure designed by Wood Marsh, ACCA is one of the most recognisable buildings in Melbourne. Founded in 1983, and transferring to its current purpose-built premises in Southbank in 2002, the Centre is one of Australia's leading public institutions for contemporary art.
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|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun 11am-5pm|
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He An: Do You Think That You Can Help Her Brother?
Within his neon sign works, Beijing-based artist He An explores the experience of the individual within the contemporary Chinese metropolis. For Asia TOPA, he’s installing his 2008/09 piece Do You Think That You Can Help Her Brother? on the facade of...Until Sunday April 23 2017
An incredible, diverse line-up artists feature in this group show curated by ACCA artistic director Max Delany and Paola Balla (Wemba-Wemba and Gunditjmara). Inspired by 19th century Ngurungaeta Elder and Wurundjeri leader William Barak, who was a prominent...Sculpture and installations Until Sunday March 26 2017 Free
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Cities of Architecture
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art presents this new series of talks exploring the architectural, urban and cultural history of some of the world’s most inspiring destinations, from the skyscrapers of Shanghai to historic Sagrada Familia Basilica...Talks and discussions Monday March 20 2017 - Monday October 16 2017