Adelaide artist and Mint Artist Studios co-founder Jenna Pippett will feature in a new exhibition held at the Adelaide City Council's Art Pod on Pirie Street.
Arriving in Venice by vaporetto at night has the uncanny feel of the opening scenes of an old Broadway stage musical.
Russell Drysdale at TarraWarra Museum of Art
This month the Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art will be filled with the digital work of Daniel Crooks as part of the Art and the Moving Image program…
A Viking long ship is a mighty fine vessel when the wind is in the right quarter. When otherwise best to abandon plans to sail to the Venice Biennale and to dock instead in…
The Chinese-Australian art movement began to emerge in the 1980s, particularly around the time of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989 when many Chinese artists fled the country and made…
The future of Aboriginal art as a high-end industry will be strengthened with the introduction of a new world-class visual art festival in South Australia.
Jenna Pippett only graduated from art school last year but she is fast becoming an artist to watch.
Primavera at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Judges have selected some 123 artworks which will form the finalist exhibitions of the $60,000 2013 Fleurieu Art Prize – the world’s richest landscape painting prize.
Adelaide-based, Iranian born artist Nasim Nasr’s artwork revolves around the complex notions of identity, derived from self-experience.
Artist entries for the world’s richest landscape prize, The Fleurieu Art Prize, are still open (until Friday, July 26) with an increased main prize of $60,000.