Cape immerses herself physically and emotionally into the landscape. It’s here she has developed her unique visual language.
Picking this year’s winner was no small feat for the Gallipoli Art Prize judges, with the Anzac centenary marking 100 years since the Gallipoli Campaign....
Marina Abramovic’s arrival this June aims to have a lasting impact on the development of performance art in Australia.
Once again the Art Gallery of New South Wales is calling for entrants for the Studios in Paris Scholarship.
A winning work of grand wandering abstractions, alive with energy and movement.
In commemoration of the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign this year, Your Friend the Enemy curated by John McDonald, is opening at S.H. Ervin Gallery.
Marrickville artist Elyssa Sykes-Smith has won this year’s $20,000 Scenic World Award, wowing judges with her thought-provoking sculpture ‘A Canopy of Thoughts’.
Out of 730 entries this year, judges have whittled down the list to fifteen emerging artists as the ones to watch.
Returning this April, the Kogarah Art Prize is calling for painting submissions in any medium.
Celebrating its 10th year and commemorating the Anzac Centenary, 2015 is a big year for the annual Gallipoli Art Prize
The Your Friend the Enemy trip wasn’t nearly finished after the artists flew out from Turkey in 2014. The project had only just begun.
It’s taken a long time for the reputation of his art to filter through the art world, but Jim Paterson is not preoccupied with whether...
While emerging artist Justin Williams considers himself to be an outsider of sorts, he gives reason to celebrate life on the outside.
There wouldn’t be many of Australia’s great artists in the last 35 years to whom Lucio hasn’t served an anti pasti plate at his establishment.
A conjurer of force and conductor of energy, Cameron Robbins harnesses his own wellspring of creative will to drive his expanding practice.
Billy Benn Perrurle’s paintings celebrate the land of his forebears and his personal knowledge of it.
The Art Gallery of NSW brings together hundreds of photographs to reflect an evolving image of Australia from the 1840s onwards.
With over 2400 submissions this year, winning the National Portrait Prize 2015 is no easy feat.
For those who enjoy art and the outdoors, Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe beach should well be on your to do list.
As we near the launch of the Your Friend the Enemy exhibitions, we look back to the personal links that inspired Your Friend the Enemy.
Are you ready for this?
In December 2014 and January 2015, the great Australian artist Colin Lanceley granted two extraordinary interviews to writer Elizabeth Fortescue for ARTIST PROFILE
Why, in this era, anyone would set out to publish a hard copy publication about an artist, let alone a young artist, when so much...
WHEN ROY JACKSON died in July 2013, aged 68, we lost a unique voice in Australian art. His remarkable achievements are celebrated in Roy Jackson...