Reaching its 10th anniversary this year, the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards has returned again with the largest short list of artists in the event’s history.
Social commentary on fossil fuels, relics of Atlantis made from recycled materials, and a reflection of Aussie beach humour will all feature at this year’s...
Spanning 60 years of Australian Art, The Triumph of Modernism surveys the development of modern art as a critical force in Australia. A telling portrait...
Using the same Rolleiflex black and white film camera for the last 30 years, Roger Ballen has created a vivid, imagined, sometimes disconcerting world...
The bushranger Ned Kelly’s legendary story carries a legacy that lives on at Bendigo Art Gallery
Louisa Chircop’s works are like glimpses of distant memories, a layering of shards of pictures, signs, and symbols all in a constant flux.
An accessible online collection of cultural archives worldwide, the Google Cultural Institute marks an important step in the digitisation of arts and culture in Australia.
Turning 100 this year, not many artists could reach the standard or age Erwin Fabian has set.
Starting with the premise of slowing time down, this exhibition evolves over four weeks as each week one artist contributes a response to the existing...
Explore talented artists projects through ‘Sydney East Art Walk’ this weekend.
After a record number of 1500 entries by 760 artists were submitted, winning this year was no easy feat.
Once again the eighth Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award returns this year celebrating innovation and excellence in the field of Art On Paper.
Beginning in June this year, the NSW South Coast is opening what is set to become an annual landmark event. The Wollongong Indigenous Arts Festival celebrates...
A site-specific group exhibition at the Blue Mountains Culture Centre, audiences are invited into the artists strange embrace that tests all boundaries of comfort.
A photographic exhibition tracing performance artist Hayden Fowler’s tattooed silent protest against ecological destruction.
Lighting up the NGA, James Turrell’s exhibition is an illuminating insight into every decade of this leading artist’s 50-year career.
Chronicling the Top End for over 40 years, there isn't much Baz Ledwidge’s camera hasn't snapped.
Abstraction has long delighted artists with its unexpected outcomes, practitioner Michael Muruste revels in its uncertainties
Quaternary showcases women graduates of QUT Visual Arts whose works utilise the affective power of colour in compelling ways
Over the weekend ceramic pieces by leading artists around the world went under the hammer for Nepal.
The Janet Clayton Gallery is moving to greener pastures to 406 Oxford Street Paddington
Currently working on an upcoming exhibition entitled Deluge, Angus McDonald is investigating themes of loss, beauty, love and cycles of existence.
A rare opportunity to view significant contemporary Asian artworks from the private collection of Australian philanthropists Gene and Brian Sherman.
A series of photographic portraits of the unique characters of Australia’s art world will be the focus of a major exhibition at Mosman Art Gallery.