Something’s been brewing at Dominik Mersch Gallery.
Melinda Harper's latest exhibition of colour and form stems from intense optical and psychological responses to lived experiences
Dan Kyle's paintings are translations of what he sees – the beauty, the unique forms, the colours – articulating the bush in his own light....
Vintage photographic prints reveal a social consciousness that influenced the success and development of Australian women photographers in the 1970s-80s.
Be cast adrift in the haunting landscapes of Iceland, as Georgina Campbell invites you to view her photographic wanderings.
A touching insight into cultural identity and its many constructs, South Australian artist Damien Shen explores his Chinese and Ngarrindjeri backgrounds
Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award announces its 40th prize winners' for 2015
Gazing across the nation’s landscape, artists have referenced the past, the future and the ever present, to gain a sense of place.
You can’t put your finger on Matthys Gerber. There is something undefinable about the artist and his lively practice.
Artist Vivienne Ferguson speaks with Sonia Legge about her passion for the wilderness that underlies her practice.
2015 has been a great year for Natasha Bieniek, winner of the Wynne Prize earlier this year and now awarded as the 50th recipient of...
Discovery artist for Issue 33, Amy Clarke delves into the methods and madness underlying her enigmatic and highly expressive works.
With her latest exhibition 'Transmitter' at Egg & Dart, Mignon Steele invites us to where the magic happens - her studio.
Discussing the relationship between gesture, form and subject - Max Daniels outlines the process behind the practice.
Setting the streets of Chippendale a glow, the BEAMS Arts Festival returns for one night only this September.
Two Prizes going straight to the pool room for this year's most popular portrait.
Set over a timescale that spans 30 million years, Pierre Huyghe’s latest exhibition starts the clock ticking and we haven’t a second to waste.
As the Award reaches this milestone, Claire Dalgleish reflects back on the enduring significance of the Portia Geach Memorial Award.
James Guppy discusses the simmering politics of his practice underlying his latest exhibition 'In Flagrante Delicto' at Brenda May Gallery and Sydney Contemporary.
There is something about Eager’s exploration of light and colour that catches the eye and holds your attention.
Marking its 50th anniversary the Portia Geach Memorial Award announces its fifty-five finalists
Congratulations to Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, winner of the 2015 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award.
With Sydney Contemporary kicking off next week, we look at what The Curator's Department have in store...
Showcasing his latest work at Sydney Contemporary this September, Todd Hunter reveals the how's and why's of what makes his practice tick.