RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong (detail) 2014
© RONE

RONE
Powerhouse Geelong 2014
© RONE

RONE
Geelong Cement Works 2017
© RONE

RONE
I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain  2016
(from the Empty series)
archival pigment print on Canson platine fibre rag
Geelong Gallery
Purchased with funds generously provided by Geelong Contemporary, 2019


RONE in Geelong

Saturday 27 February to Sunday 16 May 2021
Adult $16
Concession $12*
Child $7**
Members $10***
Family (2 adults and 2 children) $40
Group (over 10) $14

Over the last two decades, Geelong-born artist RONE has built an exceptional reputation for large-scale wall paintings and immersive installations that explore concepts of beauty and decay. RONE’s latest site-specific installation will transform Geelong Gallery’s rooms in response to the architecture and history of the building, and the Gallery’s collection.

The first comprehensive survey of RONE’s career to date will also be presented, charting the artist’s practice from early stencil works and street art, to photographs documenting major installations that have transformed abandoned spaces.

A Geelong Gallery exhibition

Events

First Friday: Lisa Sullivan—RONE in Geelong (postponed) 
New date to be announced 
Cost—Members $10 | Non-members $12

A day out—Beauty and decay (postponed)
New date to be announced
Cost—Members $135 | Non-members $150

RONE in Geelong by Geelong Symphony Orchestra  (postponed) 
New dates to be announced
Cost—Members $50 | Non-members $55

Getting here

Port Phillip Ferries operates passenger ferry services from Docklands to Geelong daily. The Gallery is a fifteen-minute walk through Central Geelong from Cunningham Pier. Present your Port Phillip Ferries ticket to receive 20% off Adult exhibition tickets. Valid for same-day entry only. 

V/Line operated train and bus services connect Geelong with locations throughout Victoria. The Gallery is a three–minute walk through Johnstone Park from Geelong Railway Station. Present your V/Line ticket to receive 20% off Adult exhibition entry. Valid for same-day entry only. 

Tickets and FAQs

Download our Frequently asked questions (FAQs) document to assist with any ticketing queries.

Tickets are valid for entry upon the hour.
*Concession tickets are valid for Full-time students aged over 15 years of age (includes high school, TAFE, university and international students, upon presentation of a valid student card), Pension card holders, Healthcare cardholders and Veterans Affairs cardholders (DVA gold cards). Seniors discount (concession price) available on Tuesday’s only.
**Child tickets are valid for children 5–15 years. 
***Members tickets are valid for Geelong Gallery members, in addition to members of the following galleries: Art Gallery of Ballarat; Art Gallery of New South Wales; Art Gallery of South Australia; Art Gallery of Western Australia; Bendigo Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; East Gippsland Art Gallery; Gippsland Art Gallery; Hamilton Gallery; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery; Murray Albury Museum of Art, Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory; Museum of Contemporary Art; National Gallery of Australia; National Gallery of Victoria; National Portrait Gallery; Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art; Shepparton Art Museum; Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery; Wangaratta Art Gallery and Warrnambool Art Gallery.