You don’t have to be an avid follower of Aboriginal art when it comes to the fascinating pull of Ngarra and his life, as told through his texta drawings.
A catalyst for conversation, Over Many Horizons is an immersive exhibition that pushes towards sustainable futures.
'Overview' at Stella Downer Fine Art presents a rich psychological foray into the Archibald Finalist's broad practice of prints, etchings and mixed media works. ...
Alex Gawronski is an artist, writer, gallery director and educator, best known for his installations. Here, Artist Profile talks to him about some recently exhibited,...
12 portraits tell tales of identity and resilience, the stolen generation, labour exploitation and ecological destruction stories from various ages and genders.
Modern Love has nothing of the “lifestyle” genre about it.
Tales of migration and connection across the Pacific speak of cultural continuity and change.
Drawing from the dark humour of Dante's Inferno, terrifyingly immersive could not be more apt for William Mansfield's latest multi-sensory installation.
In Joshua Yeldham's first work of literature, stories of devotion interweave with visual musings to result in a compelling journal.
Enriching his paintings with emotion and stories, Artist Dapeng Liu outlines the processes behind his artistic language in the lead up to his latest exhibition...
An in-depth historical account of man’s challenging relationship with the wilderness in the attempt to illustrate, capture and evoke its true nature.
Focussing on fresh, new Queensland talent, Anywhere Elsewhere, curated by Tess Maunder opens today at Jan Murphy Gallery.
Defying the digital and tackling the surface, Colour My World showcases the revival of handcolouring in the 1970s.
Steal Like an Artist is a delightful little compendium of motivational ideas and mantras that will get you thinking about your art and its process...
While Stefan Dunlop's works can be challenging and the subject matter carries a seriousness, there is a sense of joy with each painting.
Whether you are an enthusiast, cynic or just plain curious, there is something about the Abramovic method that has captured and maintained the unwavering attention...
The bushranger Ned Kelly’s legendary story carries a legacy that lives on at Bendigo Art Gallery
A photographic exhibition tracing performance artist Hayden Fowler’s tattooed silent protest against ecological destruction.
Lighting up the NGA, James Turrell’s exhibition is an illuminating insight into every decade of this leading artist’s 50-year career.
A rare opportunity to view significant contemporary Asian artworks from the private collection of Australian philanthropists Gene and Brian Sherman.
A series of photographic portraits of the unique characters of Australia’s art world will be the focus of a major exhibition at Mosman Art Gallery.
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.
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...
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.