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Landscape/Portrait is refreshingly unpredictable.
Reflecting the progression in Australian advertising from humble newspapers to the rise of ad-assisted social activism.
A Biennale like no other.
Indigenous artist Brook Andrew says it's not political, it's historical. His solo exhibition turns understanding on its head with hi-viz attention.
Ideas of authenticity, originality and irony.
A celebration of an exciting, evolving culture.
Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a bold and striking exhibition of Aboriginal women artists.
While this exhibition lands a political wallop, it also raises questions more broadly of critical engagement through contemporary art.
An engaging but occasionally frustrating exhibition tracking humanity’s development from the Stone Age to the Digital Age.
A fascinating glimpse into the pomp and power of the French court under the reign of the Sun King and his descendants.
Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum is set to be this summer’s must-see exhibition.
A refreshing exhibition full of joy, colour and life.
O’Keeffe, Preston and Cossington Smith found new ways of seeing; exploring light, colour and subject matter...
Things I Learnt About Feminism takes a bold approach but allows quiet reflection at UWA Gallery.
This is a powerful exhibition of a significant contemporary Australian artist.
When viewed through the lens of contemporary China, Vile Bodies becomes much more than a study of the body.
Scrutiny in the detail rather than the politics, as these photographic works explore the Dead Sea via archive negatives.
Not unlike immersive hydro therapy, Trouble Waters is an exhibition that both cleanses with its beauty and sharpens thoughts on deeper concerns.
A spark for an idea can come from anywhere. It can sneak in the back door… and it has for 20-years. Borgelt’s survey at Newcastle Art Gallery is witness to that journey.
The traditionally accepted senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch are only five of many.
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