Emma Hack is the only solo artist on the Adelaide City Council's Emerging Curator's program for 2014. The opening of Eden will be marked by a keynote speech by Dr Jonathan…
As October draws ever closer, we took our magnifying glass and highlighter to the Melbourne Festival program to mark out the 10 must-see events worth the interstate trip.
The OzAsia exhibition Mooi Indie dismisses any preconceived notions about contemporary Indonesian art.
Suddenly the last pieces of the Frank Roy (‘FR’) Thompson jigsaw are clicking into place. He is without doubt the berserker of post war Adelaide modernism.
Today, it has been announced that young artist Madison Bycroft has won SALA Festival's inaugural UnitCare Services Moving Image Award.
While Damien Shen was on a two-week trip exploring Australia’s major galleries, it occurred to him that art is about telling stories.
Cao Fei has exhibited at all the major galleries around the world – MOMA, PS1, Guggenheim – and while audiences might have caught glimpses of her work in exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, this…
From Port Noarlunga to the McLaren Vale, the south of the city will be illuminated with photographic exhibitions as part of the third Shimmer Photographic Biennale, which will feature an…
Even artists of the calibre and experience of Annette Bezor have had to adapt and evolve in response to the changing face of the commercial gallery scene in Australia.
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