Australian Art


Heide Museum of Modern Art began life in 1935 as the Melbourne home of John and Sunday Reed and has evolved into one of Australia’s most important cultural institutions.   Heide, as it is affectionately known, has built a national reputation based upon the compelling lives of the Reeds and their central role in the development and promotion of modern art in Australia. Inspired by the Reeds’ nurturing of the young artists of their generation — including Sidney Nolan, Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, John Perceval and Charles Blackman — Heide continues to support the contemporary art of today through its collection and exhibitions program.   For tens of thousands of visitors each year, Heide Museum of Modern Art offers an inspiring, educational and through-provoking experience of modern and contemporary art, architecture and landscape.

Harbour Sculpture: 7 Templestowe Road Melbourne VIC
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Director: Jason Smith

Phone: (03) 9850 1500

Fax: (03) 9852 0154

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Open: Tuesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm

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Gallery Type: Public


1-Jan-14 - 2-Mar-14
  Future Primitive

15-Feb-05 - 31-Jul-05
  Heide: Future, Present, Past

28-Nov-04 - 28-Nov-04
  Curator's Talk - Thinking Out Loud

21-Nov-04 - 21-Nov-04
  Communicating Culture: Art or Country?

15-Nov-04 - 15-Nov-04
  Professional Development Resource Day

10-Nov-04 - 10-Nov-04
  Collecting Indigenous Art - 6.00pm

10-Nov-04 -
  Collecting Indigenous Art - 6.00pm

17-Oct-04 - 28-Nov-04
  Thinking Out Loud

2-Oct-04 - 30-Jan-05
  Mythology and Reality...

15-Nov-03 - 31-Dec-04
  Art and Life at Heide

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