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Museum of Brisbane director responds to Chapman’s irresponsible comments, joining a global swell against the publicity stunt.
Giving a leading voice to people with disability plays an important part in making the artistic process an inclusive experience.
The winner of the $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize will be announced at the Ian Potter Museum of Art in Melbourne tonight.
ArtsHub visual arts writer was a selector at this year's Salon des Refusé. She lifts curtain on how they sifted 1,972 art works.
When is the line for a portrait more about cult tourism than the art on display?
Still reeling from political fallout, the Biennale of Sydney is moving location and opening a door on a new future.
Does condemning Rolf Harris as a sexual predator require expurgating his art from public collections?
Values are suffering as a result of misinformation and disproportionate anxiety about changed rules for art investments in Self-Managed Super Funds, with particularly damaging results for Aboriginal communities.
The arts sector needs to accept responsibility for the inequity on which its success is achieved and not blame it on government.
There is no evidence the bigger is better in arts management so why the pressure to collapse functioning arts organisations?
The National Gallery's Shiva has all the attention but the Gallery's problem with the past may also be about programming.
A retrospective of Guy Grey Smith prompts the question of whether he is often overlooked because he lived on the 'wrong coast'.
The theme of an international photographic competition draws on stereotypes, undermining the work of portrait photographers.
In recent years we have seen a revival of performance art but its ephemeral nature can create collection issues.
The Minister for the Arts is expected to announce a decision on the Resale Royalty Scheme soon so action is urgently needed.
Transfield Holdings is not the company that runs asylum seeker detention centres but that doesn't invalidate the boycott.
Audiences need to feel safe to have their ideas disrupted if they are to learn in an art gallery.
Individual artists' ethical objections to Transfield should not derail the Biennale's important arts/business partnership.
Three curators and five artists sounds complicated enough, now tour a site-specific work to three cities.
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