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Albert holds a mirror up to our own collective memory and places it in scrutiny – asking: how visible is our racist past to our present?
An eclectic exhibition that offers a different take on stop-film animation, drawing and woodblock prints.
This drawing biennial is a considered and erudite take on the medium today.
You might not know it, but you must have had a Featherston in your life at some point, as this career survey proves in an exhibition as stylish as its subjects.
Daniel Buren uses steroid-sized children's building blocks to speak about our relationship with the world.
A measured and beautiful exhibition that looks at how Indigenous artists use their bodies to explore narratives and culture through objects.
This exhibition communicates a sense of otherness that is very ugly and brutal, but sadly the experience of many Australian Muslim artists.
Hobart’s renowned winter festival encourages punters to take risks, and rewards visitors with fascinating arts experiences.
MoMA at NGV is a rich, dazzling and profoundly visually exciting exhibition - the grandest in fifteen years of the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.
Tony Albert’s politically charged kitsch collection confronts our racist past.
What is a crowd? This is the question artist Baden Pailthorpe posed for himself as he worked with AFL player and crowd data to develop his current solo exhibition at UTS Gallery – Clanger.
The power of this exhibition lies not just in the strength of the art works or fine curation but in the legacy of history.
This exhibition, currently showing at the Ian Potter Gallery, is testament to an artist that continues to resist the ready categorisation of his work.
An important exhibition that draws upon little known yet epic encounters, intersections and histories that have surprising resonances for Australians.
Every school child, science student, design student, gaming or technology student should see this exhibition as it offers a non-threatening way to help navigate our future world.
A curated art prize that pricks mankind’s conscience and whets the appetite for art made now.
Now in its seventh edition, we take a look at how this sculpture festival has matured, and whether its rainforest location allows for greater conceptual scope.
Through materials and artefacts of colonial astronomy, Kate Scardifield explores how we each move through the world, making our own maps of time and space.
This is more than a brand blockbuster with the draw of big bling; it's a story about the emancipation of women, of history, of people - a mapping of the 20th century zeitgeist.
Smithson’s work forged a new relationship to the gallery through the portability of the documentation.
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