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Combining classic artworks with contemporary humour and snark.
It’s the bookend experience of Barton’s survey exhibition that tells us the most about this Archibald-winning artist, rather than her bug-eyed portraits.
This exhibition questions, explores and creates an ongoing dialogue about what it means to be a feminist.
Leaving France for only the third time in 500 years, a suite of tapestries reveal allegories of the five senses and the heart.
With over 100 sculptures ranging in scale from 20cm to three meters tall, this is a dynamic and cohesive exhibition with a punchy impact.
In Short Stories, genuine fragments, not false billboards, sing their narratives across a suite of paintings.
Bound, fought over, watched over, resonated with and crocheted into in the exhibition Holding Space.
A powerful re-mapping of the history of colonial and First Peoples interaction eclipses Reihana's career.
This exhibition both surprised and excited, and I was delighted to be thrown off guard and proven wrong.
In Cahoots is about six Aboriginal art centres and selected artists working together in unexpected ways to challenge the nature of creative collaboration.
A rare moment where you can savor a Rembrandt in clear sight of a Vermeer and a Frans Hals painting – all in Sydney this summer.
A velvet glove approach leads to well-pondered questions about colonial authority in the Pacific, and the right to delegate what is new, and to whom.
Powerhouse Museum’s summer exhibition delights at any age with its immersive digital playground too fun to leave to just the kids.
Del Kathryn Barton explores powerful female sexuality but reproduces the male gaze.
The temporal landscape on which this work is presented is a shifting one, one that speaks not only of the past and the future, but also of the here and now.
Sansom’s continued fascination with pushing the boundaries of gender norms have their roots in some of his earliest work.
Shelter. Survival. Community. Communism. It’s all thrown out on the operating table where Asia exists in this bold exhibition, After Utopia.
A powerfully illuminating reminder of the extent that refugee experiences are hidden, and art’s role in offering a voice.
Beyond the brand, beyond the dots – we review GOMA’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition and dig deep into the factors that have shaped her 70-year career.
Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist permits us to dream and lose ourselves in her immersive video works, but is it all colour and no punch?
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