The University of Sydney has received a generous sculpture gift ‘Individual’s, valued at $1.4 million created by Andrew Rogers.
Celebrating our 30th issue in style, Artist Profile invites you to join us for a meal with Lucio Galletto
The partnership will be launched with ‘DELUGE’, an exhibition of paintings and drawings at Dominik Mersch Gallery, opening on the 30th of July 2015.
Since the violent terror attacks that rocked the globe in Sydney and Paris, the public sphere has been filled with images in response.
Most of us know the bones of the story of Albert Namatjira. It is one of those iconic tales, which, in the manner of Chinese...
Patricia Piccinini’s enchanting scenes immediately inspire an endless supply of curiosities that search for answers.
Three major solo exhibitions by acclaimed international artists and an array of incisive group projects form the 2015 Visual Arts Program.
This morning John Kaldor and David Walsh announced their upcoming collaboration with international performance artist Marina Abramović.
This Friday 20 February a number of speakers, friends and artists will pay tribute to Colin Lanceley AO at the National Art School, Sydney.
Published alongside Robinson’s latest exhibition, this catalogue is an insightful survey of the full circle of the artist’s early career until now.
Anne Ferran: Shadow Land is an insightful and evocative look at the career of Anne Feran, spanning over 30 years.
The construction of a world history of art and its evolution is no easy feat. It has a history of submerging art scholars in a...
With an emphasis on making contemporary art accessible, The Twenty First Century Art Book is a clear A–Z guide of prominent international contemporary artists.
Pursuit of perfection by a modern day paint alchemist
As people whose works successes and failures are under constant public scrutiny, it is refreshing to see this role reversed.
Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki explores the role of the concept of tradition in the construction of cultural identity in Japanese architecture.
Beyond the seductive surface, Snell’s work is multilayered and complex in its approach to image-making.
Drawing is at the heart of Gosia Wlodarczak’s practice. She doesn’t work in a studio. Instead her drawings happen in real time in the exhibition...
In an exciting turn of events, Ann Cape has won the Portia Geach People’s Choice Award for the second time.
Twenty-two finalists have been announced for the 2015 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize
In his final days, local artist Gunter Christmann achieved artistic resolution with the aid of friend and artist Gary Deirmendjian
Trevor Weekes reflects on the enduring influence Chuck Close's portraits have held.
Our first international artist to grace the cover, we embark on a retrospect of the eminent Chuck Close and his impact on portraiture.
There is a personal philosophy underpinning my art practice. I aspire to see clearly the way that elements of form, colour, space and depth interact...