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Past exhibitions

Exploring the diverse forces that shape the built environment.

See past exhibitions that have inspired imagination and critical dialogue about our surroundings.



John Andrews: Architect of Uncommon Sense

27 March - 24 May, 2024

This showcase surveys the career of University of Sydney & Harvard-trained architect, arguably Australia’s most globally influential.

Unveiled Conversations

22 February - 15 March, 2024

Tucked away behind veils of undulating screens, a small-scaled room becomes a gallery within a gallery. Unveiled Conversations is a transformational promise, inviting you to uncover layers of truth, myth, place, identity—a world beneath the skin.


Workshop 2023

An exhibition by recent Master of Architecture students that transforms the gallery into a space for drawing and process.

Fossil Fables

A powerful reminder of the impact that extraction industries have on our environment and our communities.

Amplify: Story, Resistance, Radio

Part live ‘Pirate Radio’ performance and part sound exhibition about the importance of amplification and listening in urban politics.

Analogue Images: Recent Work by Rory Gardiner and Maxime Delvaux

An exhibition of images, side-by-side, exploring the reciprocal relationship between architecture and photography today.

Lacaton & Vassal: Living in the City

Rothwell Chair in Architectural Design Leadership

This exhibition foregrounds a critical priority for the Pritzker Prize-winning French architects: Urbanism begins inside each apartment, with quality housing for everyone.



SHErobots: Tool, Toy, Companion

The exhibition asks fundamental questions about the nature and processes of contemporary robotics through the lens of female perspectives.



An exhibition of architectural machines, drawings and performance featuring the work of Marissa Lindquist, Michael Chapman, Timothy Burke, Derren Lowe, Imogen Sage and Robyn Schmidt.

Rift 隙

Kien Situ 司徒建

An immersive installation that takes audiences into a world that transcends the earthly and the known.

The Promise of Housing

Miriam Charlie

Also named ‘Li Bardawu (The Houses)’, or ‘My Country No Home, Still Waiting’, the collection showcases portraits of First Nations residents and their houses in the gulf town of Borroloola in the Northern Territory.

Sydney Buries its Past

An exhibition that opens a window onto a vanished world of Sydney in the 1970s and early 1980s inviting us to consider its ongoing relevance today.

Art and Activism in the Nuclear Age

Curated by Yasuko Claremont

An exhibition that draws on a deep history of artistic expression to bring attention back to the continued threat of nuclear war, unmitigated expansion in the use of nuclear technology, nuclear accidents and the impacts of nuclear testing.


Bill Lucas: Architect Utopian

A journey into the archive of Bill Lucas (1924–2001).

An exhibition of unearthed archives composed of three parts; 20 buildings; 10 community projects and 1001 process drawings.





An exhibition by Simon Twose, Anastasia Globa, Jules Moloney and Lawrence Harvey

New Agency: Owning Your Future

An exhibition by Sibling Architecture


Curated by Christina Rita


We are currently updating our exhibition archive from 2017 to 1988. Please be patient with us as we unearth our archive.

Tin Sheds Gallery

  • 148 City Road, Darlington Sydney, NSW