The National Gallery of Australia serves the public by enhancing understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts, through the effective and efficient use of the Gallery's collections and exhibitions.
Asian Art Works of Asian art in the national collection range from Neolithic and early Metal Age ceramics from Iran, Japan, Thailand and China, to installations created in the last decade by Thailand's Montien Boonma, Wenda Gu, a Chinese artist based in New York, and Yukinori Yanagi from Japan.
NAB Sculpture Gallery The new National Australia Bank Sculpture Gallery, the only gallery dedicated entirely to sculpture in an Australian art institution, is now open at the National Gallery of Australia.
International Gallery The International Art collection is essentially modern; the representation of European and American art parallels the recorded history of Australian art over the past 200 years and finds its strength in the 20th century. Xenian's recent appointment as the Litelab (US) Australasian Distributor cements their involvement with the complete upgrade and new extension for the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. Litelab are a world renowned Gallery and Museum specialist supplier. The newly renovated Asian, International and Pacific spaces are a must see.
Indigenous Art Gallery Newly extended, the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra now has 11 galleries devoted to Indigenous art. These new additions are part of the Gallery’s largest redevelopment since it opened in 1982.