The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Art Gallery of NSW. Art Gallery Road, The Do­main. Thur-Tues, 10am-5pm; Weds, 10am-10pm. Ad­mis­sion: $8-$18. Book­ings on­line. In­quiries: (02) 9225 1744. Un­til Oc­to­ber 9. Heavy Ar­tillery This ex­hi­bi­tion in­cludes Xu Zhen’s Euro­pean Thou­sandArmed Sculp­ture (2013—2014), in which mas­sive clas­si­cal sculp­tures align in the form of a Bud­dhist de­ity; a replica of a Soviet-Chi­nese tank made from hand-stitched leather by He Xiangyu ti­tled Tank Project (2011-13); Flotage — Tec­ton­ics (2014), a translu­cent screen­printed “float­ing” wall by Ja­panese artist Shinji Oh­maki; Polit-Sheer-Form-Of­fice group’s ar­chive of all-blue books ti­tled Li­brary (2008); and Liu Chen­grui’s per­for­mance video Guazi Moves Earth (2008). White Rab­bit Gallery, 30 Bal­four Street, Chip­pen­dale. Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm. In­quiries: (02) 8399 2867 or on­line. Un­til Au­gust 9. Scors­ese by Strat­ton The Na­tional Film and Sound Ar­chive, in as­so­ci­a­tion with Re­view’s David Strat­ton, the Sydney Film Fes­ti­val and the Aus­tralian Cen­tre for the Mov­ing Im­age presents a sea­son of Martin Scors­ese’s great­est works, in­clud­ing Rag­ing Bull. Na­tional Film and Sound Ar­chive, 1 McCoy Cir­cuit, Ac­ton. Var­i­ous ses­sions times and ticket prices. In­quiries: (02) 6248 2000. Un­til July 23.

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