The National Gallery has a dynamic publishing list that spans print and digital publications. Combining new writing and perspectives on art and artists, high-quality reproductions and content, publications are developed for a broad international audience. Publishing supports the vision of the National Gallery to be the international reference point for art in Australia, inspiring all people to explore, experience and learn.
Please visit the National Gallery’s onsite Art Store to view our current selection of catalogues from our exhibition history. If you are unable to visit the Gallery we recommend purchasing online via our Australian distributor.
Cressida Campbell – The Kitchen Shelf
VISION: Art, Architecture and the National Gallery of Australia
Printed: Images by Australian artists 1942-2020
The National Gallery is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and the land on of Ngunnawal and Ngambri on which we work. Every effort is made to source certified FSC papers for our publications.
Research Library & Archives
The National Gallery Research Library & Archives holds catalogues from all past exhibitions in its collection. The Library and Archives welcomes visiting researchers with valid reader's tickets by appointment. You can find information about how to schedule an appointment or apply for a gallery reader's ticket on our Library and Archives FAQ page. You can also search through the Library's catalogue here.
The National Library of Australia also holds past exhibition catalogues in their collection. Please visit the National Library's website for more information.