Fishing guide

Your Australian Art Guide for March 2022

A new wave of art for the month of March is heading our way. From the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, the NEO program at the National Art School on Thursday evenings, Jeffrey Smart in Canberra and the international exhibition Satellite NFT, we have gathered below a non-exhaustive list of must-see art exhibitions taking place across Australia in March 2022. Enjoy!

New South Wales

Heights of China

Choose your own adventure

Poppy Williams

March 18, 2022

Kylie Montgomery

March 18, 2022

Station Gallery

The way back


Until March 26, 2022.

Granville Center Art Gallery

Disturbed Destiny

Organized by Nur Shkembi with artists: Abdul Abdullah, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Hoda Afshar, Safdar Ahmed, Khadim Ali, Phillip George, Khaled Sabsabi, Omar J Sakr, Shireen Taweel and Hossein and Nassiem Valamanesh.

Until May 10, 2022.

Biennale of Sydney


March 12 – June 13, 2022

Contemporary Jerico

More subtle and more subtle still

Paige Northwood

March 3 – 26, 2022

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

Until April 3, 2022.

N. Smith Gallery

sentimental ornaments

Casey Chen

March 2 – 26, 2022

National School of Fine Arts


Every Thursday evening until July

BREAK OUT: March 3, 2022. Featuring performances by Jamaica Moana, Ayebatonye and DJs The Dollar Bin Darlings.

twenty twenty six

Satellite: Sydney NFT Exhibition

March 9 – April 3, 2022


Goofy Project

Organized by Djon Mundine OAM

Until March 13, 2022.

Olsen Gallery

Bumpy Roads and Tip Top Sandwiches

Elisa Gosse

March 2 – 19, 2022

Michael Reid


Petrina Hicks

Until March 13, 2022.

Roslyn Oxley9

Gareth Sansom

March 2 – 26, 2022

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Matisse: Life & Spirit, Masterpieces from the Center Pompidou, Paris

Until March 13, 2022.

Cement fondue

magic putt putt

Studio A: Annette Galstaun, Meghan Pelham, Skye Saxon, Jaycee Kim, Whom Roberts with Simon Wheeldon.

Until March 6, 2022.

Virtue & Virtuosity

March 12 – May 22, 2022

Lauren Berkowitz, Troy Emery, Maya Kilic, Chantal Fraser, Heather Phillipson, Sally Gabori, Tully Arnot, Camille Henrot and Tristan Jalleh.


Koori Heritage Trust

Off the Wall – Celebrating the Making of First Peoples Marks

March 5, 2022 – May 15, 2022

Station gallery

Selected works on paper

André Piguet

March 5, 2022 – April 2, 2022

National Gallery of Victoria

Bark Ladies: eleven artists from Yirrkala

Until April 25, 2022.

Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto

Until April 25, 2022.

Heide Museum of Modern Art

Sidney Nolan: In Search of Heaven

Until May 29, 2022.

Under Lamp Light

Albert Tucker and Patrick Pound

Until June 13, 2022.

Sometimes I miss the applause

Dean Cross

Until May 29, 2022.

Shepparton Art Museum

The earth inside

Lin Onus

Until March 13, 2022.

Bendigo Art Gallery

Modern Australia

Until April 17, 2022.

MP pavilion

Celestial whales: every heart sings

Patricia Piccinini


Art Gallery of Western Australia

Tracks we share: the contemporary art of the Pilbara

March 11August 29, 2022

Perth Institute of Contemporary Art

Sam Huxtable

Until April 24, 2022.


Amrita Hepi

Until April 24, 2022.

Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Ariel’s Song

Luisa Hansal, Jess Tan & Wade Taylor with works from the UWA Art Collection

Until April 23, 2022.

Portals of Love and Loss

Sonia Kurarra

Until April 23, 2022.


Canberra Museum and Gallery

Finding the Dry Heart: Sidney Nolan’s Early Voyages to Central Australia

Until April 2, 2022.

National Gallery of Australia

Smart Jeffrey

Until May 15, 2022.

National Film and Sound Archive

Australians and Hollywood: A story of craftsmanship, talent and ambition

Until July 17, 2022.


Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

Fine lines

Until May 2022.

Asia-Pacific Triennial

Until April 25, 2022

Redland Art Gallery

landscape fishing

Karen Stephens

Until March 8, 2022.

Brisbane Museum

black superheroes

Dylan Mooney

Until April 18, 2022.

city ​​in the sun

Until April 18, 2022.


New weave

Until March 5, 2022.


jam factory

The Ripple Effect: A 25-Year Investigation

Blanche Tilden

3rd of March May 1, 2022

Bioregional organizations

Kyoko Hashimoto

3rd of March May 1, 2022

ACE open

Exhibition of Helpmann Academy graduates

Susie Althorp, Emily Anderson, Talitha Benson, Chloe Bentley, Lauren Bzowy, Georgia Clark, Hannah Coleman, Camille Fitzgerald, Rosemary Helmis, Bianca Hoffrichter, Christopher Houghton, Lucy Keatch, Ashleigh Keller, Catrina Leske, Samuel Matthewman, Leslie Matthews, Tina McKenzie , Emily Megaw, Sydelle Mullen, Caroline Oakley, Holly Phillipson, Holly Rysdale, Izzi Selfe, Miriam Sims, Asha Southcombe, Cecilia Tizard and Claudia Turon.

Until March 19, 2022.

Art Gallery of South Australia

Embodied absence

Chiharu Shiota

In progress

Flinders University Art Museum


Until April 8, 2022.


Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery

Walk Through a Songline

March 12 – June 26, 2022

Charles Darwin University Gallery

Long water: fiber stories

March 24 – July 9, 2022

Araluen Arts Center


Pierre Adset

Until March 20, 2022.


art crowd

Julie Nangala Robertson

Until March 20, 2022.

Museum and Art Gallery of Tasmania

Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewelery

March 18 – May 15, 2022

Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

Sublime Tao

Tony Smith

Until November 6, 2022.

Museum of old and new art

Jean-Luc Moulène and his teams

Until May 9, 2022.

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One: Marjetica Potrc, The Sami, with their Ashaninka friends, envision coexistence with Earth, 2016

Two: Nell The way back, 2022, installation view, STATION, Sydney. Courtesy of STATION