Sydney Contemporary welcomes over 90 galleries from around the Pacific Rim alongside an ambitious five-day program that includes curated exhibitions, ground-breaking installations, engaging panel discussions, experimental video art as well Sydney’s hottest restaurants.
Tickets will go on sale on 21 May.
One of the most anticipated events on Sydney's cultural calendar, the official Opening Night
celebrations transform the fair into an immersive, all-encompassing night of art, music and food.
Some of Sydney's most exciting performers tantalise visitors' senses and take them on an
exciting journey throughout the fair.
Sydney Contemporary is located at CARRIAGEWORKS, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh (Cnr Codrington Street) which is conveniently situated and easily accessible: 10 minutes from the heart of the CBD by car or public transport, walking distance from key train and bus stops, and a 5 to 10 minute drive from the many galleries located in and around Redfern and Waterloo.
Redfern Station | 8 minute walk
Macdonaldtown Station | 10 minute walk
Newtown Station | 15 minute walk
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Nearest stop is at Codrington Street at City Road, approximately a 5 minute walk to Carriageworks.
Buses: 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352
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Street parking is limited.
Carriageworks is located close to Sydney University, the Seymour Centre, and Australian Technology Park. Casual parking is available at these sites for a fee.
Casual parking at Sydney University | 5 minute walk | More info
Casual parking at Shepherd Street Carpark | 7 minute walk
Casual parking at Australian Technology Park | 20 minute walk | More info
Carriageworks has wheelchair ramp and level access at all entrances. There is level access and disabled seating available in venues. Toilets are fully accessible.
Two of Australia's hottest chefs popped up up at Sydney Contemporary 2017 to create Sydney Art Week's best art and dine experience! Where great art met great food, this year, we were excited to welcome Sydney culinary trailblazers Billy Kwong, by Kylie Kwong, and Kitchen by Mike, by Mike McEnearney to offer their delicious menus every day of the Fair.
BILLY KWONG BY KYLIE KWONG
Kylie Kwong has become synonymous with modern Chinese cooking in Australia. As a third-generation Australian, she has drawn on her southern Chinese heritage to reinterpret Cantonese cuisine, combining uniquely Australian ingredients with traditional Chinese cooking methods and flavours. The foundation of her food is locally grown, organic and biodynamic produce, with a strong focus on Australian native ingredients.
KITCHEN BY MIKE BY MIKE MCENEARNEY
Mike McEnearney is executive-chef and owner of No. 1 Bent St Sydney and Kitchen by Mike.The ingenious Kitchen by Mike canteen style eatery champions egalitarian dining and the use of the best local and seasonal produce. The joy of eating real food, in its purest form is at the helm of all Mike's endeavors.
Sydney Contemporary acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation who are the traditional custodians of this land, and we pay our respects to their elders, past and present, and extend our respect other Aboriginal people present.