A survey exhibition exploring the distinctive figurative and landscape work of Joshua Yeldham, will be presented by Manly Art Gallery & Museum.
By sharing her own personal stories, Paul do Prado's work creates a dialogue around issues of immigration and multiculturalism, which are just as relevant now...
Five Centuries of Melancholia comprises 46 works by 33 artists drawn from national and state institutions, and regional, university and private collections.
Tino i le Vā: Bodies In Space is a group exhibition that presents contemporary perspectives of Pacific Art and the role individual artists’ bodies play in...
Hobie Porter discusses his sensitive engagement with nature, broaching issues of sustainability and the environment with his paintbrush.
There is a perception that an artist will go on forever.
THE TARRAWARRA BIENNIAL 2014 marks the fourth iteration of a signature event on the national exhibition calendar for the private museum in rural Victoria.
Michelle Cawthorn's work focuses on the little things – a song, a scent, an old teddy bear that spark a memory.
Deirdre Bean • Elisabeth Cummings • Steve Lopes • Guy Maestri • Euan Macleod • Idris Murphy • Michael Nock • Peter O’Doherty • Susan...
Jasper Knight brings together a vibrant exhibition of his works from the last decade his career.
This exhibition arises from a friendship between these two artists and their travels together to create remarkable en plein air works in the beautiful mid-Pyrenees...
Be drawn into the drama and atmosphere of Mark Kimber’s Side Show Valley exhibition.
Bendigo Art Gallery presents the British Museum’s exhibition The Body Beautiful, an exclusive collaboration as apart of the exhibition’s international tour.
Visitors to the National Gallery of Victoria in August will be met with the autonomous force of Dr Wade Marynowksy’s interactive robotic sculptures.
The dynamic art of Japanese printing and its ongoing legacy is showcased in this latest exhibition.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia presents a showcase of Richard Avedon’s most iconic and charismatic works.
Eye-catching works demand attention at the exhibition of leading Tasmanian photo-based artist Pat Brassington.
An insight into one of Australia’s nearest neighbours, Moo Indie presents the latest contemporary art that is being produced in India today.
The 14th year of award attracts record number of entries and international submissions
Artist Mikala Dwyer’s sculptural work The weight of shape, 2014 is revealed as the 2014 Artist Commission by the Melbourne Art Foundation.
Melbourne opens its doors to the international art community, with the annual Melbourne Art Fair 13 – 17 August.
One afternoon towards the end of his 1989 exhibition, everything changed. I remember where I was standing when it happened. I’d never experienced anything like...
I am interested in parallels between scientific research and artistic research; as similar ways of observing, recording and analysing with a common aim of better...
Darren McDonald explains his challenges and limitations as well as his influences and inspirations that have shaped his art practice.