The Albert and Barbara Tucker Gallery 2023 Program
The Albert and Barbara Tucker Gift to Heide, formalised in 2005, acknowledges the role that Heide founders John and Sunday Reed played in Albert Tucker’s career. The Heide years were for Tucker a period of great personal development and artistic growth— a place where a life in art was made possible. Along with paintings and drawings by Tucker dating from 1938 to 1995, the Tucker Gift includes works by his colleagues Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Danila Vassilieff and Yosl Bergner. These works of art are accompanied by a substantial visual and literary archive that continues to be essential to the generation of new scholarship on the art of Albert Tucker. Works from the Gift and the accompanying long-term loan are exhibited each year in the purpose-built gallery at Heide, opened in
The Albert and Barbara Tucker Gallery program in 2023 will include three new exhibitions which not only provide unique insights into themes and techniques in Tucker’s work, but also give voice to early career curator Aaron Bradbrook and to contemporary Australian artists Moya McKenna and Paul Yore, who will bring different perspectives to the program. Each exhibition will be accompanied by an online catalogue with an illustrated list of works, and the exhibition themes and content will feature in a range of public and education programs for visitors and school groups to explore.
2022 GRANT APPLICATIONSThe Tucker Foundation has regular funding rounds.
The Tucker Foundation accepted applications for its 2022 funding round from Monday 20th June to Friday 19th August. The application period has now closed.
Organisations will be advised of the outcome of their application in late 2022.
Our next funding round will be announced on this website as soon as the dates are available.