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In its second edition, and with a $17.54M boost from BHP, we take a look at Tarnanthi and its legacy role.
This extensive exhibition is not only a tribute to the importance that the House of Dior has had on international fashion but a reflection of its value as art.
The touring exhibition Making Modernism is now in residence at the Art Gallery of NSW.
ArtsHub takes a look at a new book by Judith White, a whistle-blower insider account of the troubled Art Gallery of NSW, starting with its Director.
Reflecting the progression in Australian advertising from humble newspapers to the rise of ad-assisted social activism.
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.
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.
No easy task when visually interrogating Western Australia's gold mining history and the mines that intrigue the State.
Seven key works from Gupta’s oeuvre are on show, exploring the nature of the divine in the everyday.
A thought provoking exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
200 Years of Australian Fashion uses context and comparison to elucidate the history of fashion design.
I came to realise I was painting with the pencil, said Lloyd Rees of his seminal drawings from the 1930s, works that impacted his 70-year career.
This landmark exhibition celebrates one of the world's most influential artists in music, fashion, film and performance.
Maloof maintains a level of mystery which he slowly reveals like an armchair treasure hunt, riveting but without judgement.
A celebration of the late artist’s sympathetic approach to figurative art and Australian art history.
Barry Oakley’s honest, humorous and at times frustrated memoir provides an eye-opening view of the literary life in Melbourne, Sydney and London during the Seventies and Eighties.
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