Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art:
Divided Worlds

3 March – 3 June 2018

Free admission

Held every two years since 1990, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art is the country’s longest-standing survey of contemporary Australian art. Titled Divided Worlds, the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art presents an allegory of human society, one that meditates on the drama of the cosmos and evolution; on the past and the future; and on beauty and the environment.

Curated by Erica Green, Director of the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art at the University of South Australia, Divided Worlds features: Vernon Ah Kee (QLD), Lisa Adams (QLD), Roy Ananda (SA), Daniel Boyd (NSW), Kristian Burford (SA), Maria Fernanda Cardoso (NSW), Barbara Cleveland (NSW), Kirsten Coelho (SA), Sean Cordeiro + Claire Healy (NSW), Tamara Dean (NSW), Tim Edwards (SA), Emily Floyd (VIC), Hayden Fowler (NSW), Julie Gough (TAS), Ghostpatrol (VIC), Amos Gebhardt (VIC), Timothy Horn (VIC), Louise Hearman (VIC), Ken Family Collaborative (SA), Lindy Lee(NSW), Khai Liew (SA), Angelica Mesiti (NSW), Patrick Pound (VIC), Patricia Piccinini (VIC), Pip + Pop (WA), Khaled Sabsabi (NSW), Nike Savvas (NSW), Christian Thompson (VIC), John R Walker (NSW) and Douglas Watkin (QLD).

Presented in association with the Adelaide Festival of Arts with generous support received from the Art Gallery of
South Australia Biennial Ambassadors Program and Principal Donor The Balnaves Foundation. This project is supported
by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its principal arts funding body and by the Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.