Dyarra Murrama Guwing - The Sun Setting Red

Barbara McGrady, Nadeena Dixon, Carmen Glynn-Braun

4 November - 5 December

Contemporary, site-specific artworks focusing on land care, the natural environment and healing from a matrilineal Aboriginal perspective. 


Curated and produced to commemorate NAIDOC Week 2020Part of Lane Cove Council’s Festival by the River program. 


Proudly sponsored by Lane Cove Council and URM Group.

Curators: Rachael Kiang and Kyra Kum-Sing


Northern Perspectives

14 - 31 October

Northern Perspectives is designed to provide insights into the current practices of artists living and working North of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Conceived as a snapshot of recent Contemporary Art produced on the north side, we are inviting entries across a broad range of mediums:- painting, expanded painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation and digital art (e.g. photography, video, digital installations).


Angela Hayson

16 September - 10 October

An exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures developed from outback journeys to the Northern Territory of Australia, exploring anthropomorphic symbols in ancient rugged landscape.

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Te Hosek’en Harw’ - The Edge of the World

Sol Contardo

4 November - 5 December

Ceramics works inspired by the indigenous Selk’nam culture of South America.


A project developed during the artist’s  residency at Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios
in consultation with the Selk’nam people of Chile.

Curator: Rachael Kiang

Assistant Curator: Joanna Williams

Collaborative Press

12 - 31 October

Collaborative Press features the printmaking artworks of senior students from Chatswood High School and NBSC Mackellar Girls. It presents how they translate sensory experience through a range of art making processes and collaborative approach. Curated by the Head Art teachers of Chatswood High School and NBSC Mackellar Girls.

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New Horizons

Mosman Art Society

16 Septembet - 10 October

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures. Mosman Art Society is made up of Artists from all over Sydney with the ethos of fostering the development, practice and love of art.

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Alyssa Barwick, The Hanging Rock Sirens, digital print, 60.95 x 91.44cm

Sirens of Gunnedah

Alyssa Barwick & Marie Low

29 July - Extended until 11 September 2020

Sirens of Gunnedah is a magical photographic exhibition celebrating 53 women from Lane Cove's Sister City, Gunnedah in North-West New South Wales.

A sister city project presented by Lane Cove Council with Gunnedah Shire Council.

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Abby Chambers, Untitled, Acrylic on Canvas, 2020


1 July -25 July 2020

Curated by Rachael Kiang and Joanna Williams

Featuring recent artworks by artists affiliated with Gallery Lane Cove - teachers and students of its Studios, Emergence is a group show that marks the end of our recent pandemic lockdown, new beginnings in its aftermath and the strength of community.


Tilly Lees

29 July - Extended until 11 September 2020

In 2019 Tilly Lees asked the people of Lane Cove, a respectable suburb of Sydney to anonymously share a secret. Her exhibition uncovers what was revealed.

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Megan Jones, Hide and seek,  80 cms x 100 cms, 2019, Oil on poly cotton.

Confronting The Shadow

Megan Jones

1 -25 July 2020

Megan Jones’ solo exhibition focuses on the effect of our actions on society and the environment, when we do not take sufficient responsibility for our behavior. The artist interprets the shadows within us and the world as causes for these effects.  Jones’ investigation of the shadow is an active exploration of the dark side, to find the light; a way to try to understand what life is about; a means to conquer darkness, and then to integrate it with the light.

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Sydney Printmakers

1 May - 27 June 2020

Solidarity in Solitude explores the changing practice of printmakers in these pandemic times through an integrated program of online exhibition, Instagram stories, online artist statements and a livestream panel discussion.The exhibition posits that solitude can be a boon to the art making process and dialogue around making. 

An online and 3D VR exhibition.

Curated by Rachael Kiang in collaboration with Sydney Printmakers.

No Mans Land

Eleanor Amiradaki, Tamara Pavlovic, Zorica Purlija, Karen Riethmuller & Tamara Pavlovic

4 - 28 March

Five women artists celebrate their lived experience across a variety of mediums to explore the relationships between women, their bodies, society and land.

The works possess an emotional intensity that engages with women’s identity in the current cultural climate.
Reflecting on motherhood, the female gaze, memory and bodies as contested territory, the exhibition gives reverence to women and women artists.

This exhibition was part of
Art Month Sydney 2020.

Digital Materiality - Coded Textiles

Tricia Flanagan

4-28 March

This exhibition challenges industrial methods of textile mass production from an outmoded Industrial Age and presents systems of production that engage volatile futures of resource scarcity

Viewers will encounter an installation of hybrid adaptive textile machinery performed as a choreography of processes. A complex series of exchanges between materials, organisms and environments that rub together, where the shape of a walk or the geography of sleep become a form-taking activity and leave a textile trace.

This exhibition is part of
Art Month Sydney.

Daughters of the Dragon

Tianli Zu, Mimi Tong & Chun Yin Rainbow Chan

30 January - 27 February

New site-specific work by three generations of Chinese Australian artists reflecting on Chinese cultural heritage and identity from a female perspective. Features three  Chinese Australian artists Tianli Zu, Mimi Tong and Rainbow Chan commissioned by Gallery Lane Cove, with generous support from JQZ

Curated by Rachael Kiang.

Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award

6 December 2019 - 18 January 2020

The biennial Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award is a national prize established in 1981 to promote and support talented young emerging artists in Australia, initiated by the Lane Cove community in honour of its long term resident Dr Lloyd Rees. Applications are open to 18-30 year old artists Australia-wide in the mediums of painting, drawing and printmaking.

Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award Winner 2019: Evan Pank

Highly Commended 2019: Ethan Robertson

Commended 2019 : Blake Bridgewater

Judged by Guy Warren & Judith Blackall.