Modern Love has nothing of the “lifestyle” genre about it.
When teenage Ken Whisson met artists Joy Hester, her husband Albert Tucker and the Reeds’ avant-garde circle in 1940s Melbourne, his creative education truly began.
Tales of migration and connection across the Pacific speak of cultural continuity and change.
Working with monotypes, etchings, drawings and an exciting addition, heliographs, Idris Murphy's practice is his own multifaceted language that speaks of the land.
My name is Matthew Clarke and I was born in 1986. I live in a wooded hamlet near Warrnambool in south-west Victoria.
A recent return to art is well rewarded.
To expand a Utopian vision, Open Field is a two-staged exhibition with original work in the Peacock Gallery, and a replica of each work within...
Drawing from the dark humour of Dante's Inferno, terrifyingly immersive could not be more apt for William Mansfield's latest multi-sensory installation.
Ken Done has switched from the warm palette of Australia to a much cooler palette in his travels to Antarctica.
After a small interlude of just ten years, Christopher Hodges returns to the canvas in his latest exhibition 'FORMAL'.
Margaret Loy Pula concentrates her vision of a captivating experience on a somewhat finite area.
Taking a cue from Lindy Lee, Issue 35 explores artists that are fascinated with how we fit and exist in the world. Click here for...
Delving into the looking glass of ‘The Mnemonic Mirror’, a group of artists explore the changing complexities of memory in the digital age.
Ann Thomson has been an important force in Australian art since she graduated from The National Art School over five decades ago.
ARTIST PROFILE celebrates the masterful Australian abstractionist painter, Michael Johnson in this exclusive essay by writer and daughter Anna Johnson.
It was the end of MAF, or so we all thought.
Growing, budding, blooming and dying, 'Immortal Flower' presents a quiet ode to the fragile states within the universal cycle of life and death.
Annette Bezor’s art-making process requires time and so she is now producing 10 paintings a year. She spoke to Artist Profile about 'Precious Luck'.
With only a few days until the announcement, the huge significance of the landscape award for the finalists is palpable.
Focussing on graffiti and the origins of hip hop in Blacktown, It's Our Thing, examines visual and sound artists Khaled Sabsabi and Minky Rawat.
Photographer Brook Andrew is a great collector of artifacts and material objects, he explores how dominant cultures manipulate later generations through the images they leave...
COOL BURN, a group exhibition, reflected the ephemeral beauty of the age-old practice, and its ongoing environmental importance.
Philippines-based David Griggs speaks about his new series of paintings, where putting his feelings and moods onto canvas is a new direction in his work.
In her latest video performance work, Sophia Hewson engages with the male gaze at its most confrontational.