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Megan Seres and Johannes Reinhart win the 2016 Moran Art Prizes.
Evan Salmon explains his attachment to ships and industrial buildings, and the colour arrangements that emerge in his practice.
When asked what an artist is, I offer up my nine descriptors: beggar, prostitute, liar, thief, nutcase, addict, wanker, parasite and minor deity.
Heath Franco draws upon horror movies of the 80s and 90s, Ren & Stimpy cartoons, popular culture and memory to create the wild, grotesque characters...
From the People's choice to the main prize, the winners and grinners of the 2016 Black Swan Prize for Portraiture have been announced.
From the bold to the beautiful - finalists have been selected for this year's 2016 Moran Prizes.
Having travelled to the other side of the world and back seeking his source as a young artist, Ross Laurie finally found mature inspiration where...
Nike Savvas continues to push her work to new directions with '17 Seconds', as she explores the process behind remembering in her latest geometric works....
With a career spanning three decades and four continents, 'Whispering and Rustling' is a welcome and overdue exhibition of Anne Graham's work.
Peter Godwin graced the cover of Issue 32, speaking with John McDonald about the powerful abstraction at play in his dark interiors.
My fascination with decay and growth began at an early age, being raised on a dairy farm in Victoria. I was exposed to and in...
Opening at Mosman Art Gallery this October, 'Wild Thing' sets out to unleash our curiosities and take us for a walk on the wild side.
It's been an exciting year for Catherine O'Donnell. Currently in the Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial 2016 and her latest exhibition opening this October.
Wanda Gillespie plays with space, memory and time as she transports the viewer to an imagined future in 'Levitation Practice'.
Winner Lucy O'Doherty's surreal landscapes evoke an aching mystery of Australian suburbia - with silent pastel houses situated in remote landscapes.
Though Teelah George says she “never wanted to be a painter” and studied textile art at Curtin University, her art practice continues to evolve.
Diaspora is no new visitor to Australia. And for the multicultural community of Blacktown it is a unifying thread.
From a site of cultural loss and destruction rises an exhibition that celebrates community, place and a language renaissance.
Naomi Hobson explains the innate drive and workings underlying her unique style and brightly hued works.
The good oil - a comprehensive list of the latest awards, grants and opportunities for artists to apply for.
Our current issue, highlighting Reg Mombassa’s career, profoundly illustrates the impact that a diverse and rigorous Australian tertiary art education has had on other artists...
Marion Borgelt’s artworks are vibrant and undulating constructions that take varied forms as paintings, sculptures and installations.
Michelle Cawthorn's work focuses on the little things – a song, a scent, an old teddy bear that spark a memory.