Issue 34 Discovery artist Yioryios creates seamlessly fluid sculptures that are almost painterly in form. His latest solo exhibition opens at Artereal Gallery.
Congratulations Monica Rohan, finalist in the 2016 Gold Award. Monica and her tumbling works featured in Issue 33.
Entries are open for the first year of the Bruny Island Art Prize.
We hope you have sharpened your senses and pencils because the Cossack Art Awards call for entries has begun.
Delve into the world of Stuart Watters as he cuts and thwarts the picture plane.
The female gaze sheds new light on contemporary Australian talent - of both the painters and their subjects.
Chinese-Australian artist Ah Xian spoke with ARTIST PROFILE about his work, complex relationship with China, and his inventive, cross-cultural creative vision.
Congratulations to Naomi Hobson, a Queensland contemporary indigenous artist who won the 39th Alice Prize.
Roger Crawford's latest show 'Up Close' opens at Watters Gallery, Joe Frost engages with the practice and medium that is not limited to one direction....
Be drawn into the quiet stillness of Matthew Stanton’s Conversation Piece.
In Joshua Yeldham's first work of literature, stories of devotion interweave with visual musings to result in a compelling journal.
In recognition of the impact of this quietly spoken Australian artist, the Art Gallery of Ballarat is surveying the strength of Lincoln's career.
Anthea Polson Art is moving from its present home of the last 7 years to The Marina Mirage just next door.
Euan Macleod’s ‘Sphinx’, part of a new solo exhibition of 27 paintings, Boneyard, is one of the most profoundly complex and confronting works for our time.
Unpredictability and ambiguity have become the creative drivers of Sarah Contos’ art-making, and Australian Experimental Art Foundation patrons this year should simply expect the unexpected.
Lopes returns to the Italian Islands from which his family hails, exploring the experiences of the immigrants who left and those who chose to stay...
At 95, Guy Warren is about to have a much awaited special focus survey curated by Barry Pearce.
Khaled Sabsabi is going from strength to strength, presented this month with an international award at the Sharjah Biennial.
Whether you are a commuter, shopper, art enthusiast or unlikely art goer, the introduction of Melbourne Central Art Loop is bringing video art to you.
Tasmanian based artist Helen Wright presents 'The Edge of Reason' at Gippsland Gallery, with her playfully dark works causing you to question your own.
From a fortuitous chance glance on instagram, Egg & Dart present Danish artist Marie J. Engelsvold with her first exhibition in Australia.
Joe Frost explores a contemporary dilemma of the increasing prevalence of the 'artist-curator'
Caroline Rannersberger explores the improvisation of the painting process when working on site, and the importance of the direct encounter with the land to her...