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Sydney Contemporary Opens This Week

3rd September, 2017

Australasia’s largest international art fair returns from September 7th to 9th.

This year Sydney Contemporary will showcase art from more than 90 of the top galleries from across the globe. Taking place at Carriageworks, the three-day Fair offers visitors access to curated exhibitions alongside a program of ground-breaking installations, panel discussions and experimental video from some of the world’s most respected artists.

Don’t miss the highly-anticipated Opening Night event (September 7th, 5pm-9pm), where some of the Sydney’s top musicians and performers will transform the fair into a celebration of art, music and entertainment! Music will be curated by VICE, with an After Party series presented by Concrete Playground, and Performance Contemporary curated by Emma Price with acts including Hayden Fowler, The Huxleys, Garth Knight and Claudia Nicholson. Could this be New South Wales’ answer to the NGV Gala? We’re thinking YES!

Sydney Contemporary Art Fair
September 7th to 9th 
Carriageworks
245 Wilson St, Eveleigh

Sydney Contemporary is offering TDF readers 20% off tickets, click here to book.

3rd September, 2017

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