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ADELAIDE: This year’s Helpman Academy Graduate Exhibition has broken all the records.
Commercial galleries, artist-run initiatives, auction houses and public and private institutions are working together to present the inaugural Art Month Sydney.
Asialink is determined to continue to forge deep relationships between Asia and Australia: the Director of the Arts Program explains.
EXPERIMENTA UTOPIA NOW: Experimenta is an organisation which works tirelessy to discover, promote, exhibit and tour all-media art works.
There are many artists that find themselves at the beck and call of the fads and fashions of a fickle fine art audience.
The major exhibition Cubism and Australian Art, curated by Lesley Harding and Sue Cramer, opened at Heide Museum of Modern Art this week.
Melbourne artist Callum Morton first caught the eye of critics and commentators for his displacing installations using architectural elements applied to a gallery wall.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: The visual arts program of the Melbourne International Arts Festival (MIAF) varies from year to year roughly in proportion to the intrinsic interests of the Artistic Director and the vagaries of opportunity.
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is a vital element in Melbourne’s cultural landscape; it is the only public institution wholly dedicated to contemporary art, particularly that of a large scale, but yet it is sidelined by its situation on Sturt Street at the perimeter of the arts precinct, a veritable ’back of house’ for the State’s premier arts venues.
The second part of ArtsHub’s interview with Tedd Gott considers Dali’s often patchy record with art critics and reveals the bitter machinations against his reputation and the more recent re-appraisal of Dali’s artistic creativity that, in the view of some critics, affords him a place in shaping the assent of contemporary art that is as central as, or anticipates, the profound impact of Andy Warhol
The major Salvador Dali: Liquid Desire exhibition currently on show in Melbourne at NGV continues to draw record crowds, more that justifying its Melbourne Winter Masterpieces moniker. In conjunction with the exhibition Gary Anderson interviewed Dr Ted Gott, Senior Curator of International Art the National Gallery of Victoria, who led a team of five curators on the Dali exhibi
As a woman and an artist, there is nothing that I am more passionate about than feminist art history. There are so many female artists who despite success and acclaim in their own lifetime have for reasons of taste, misattribution, or lack of historical acknowledgment, fallen from the cannons of art history, therefore not achieving the lasting recognition their production warrants.
The sea gave Emma Rochester a second grace, an opportunity to rethink what it was she wanted to experience and how she wanted to live. For Emma the accident gave her a new sense of hope and vitality.
ArtsHub recently met with Melbourne-based artist Brodie Ellis to speak about her work and practice. Ellis’ work is currently featured in the New09 exhibition at ACCA.
Two weeks ago Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts released the Draft Indigenous Australian Art Commercial Code of Conduct for feedback prior to a nationwide public consultation phase.
The first major retrospective on painter John Brack (b.1920, d.1999) in more than two decades opened at Melbourne’s NGV at the Ian Potter Centre, Federation Square late last week provoking admiration, nostalgia and surprisingly a little controversy.
At the end of last year, the Australia Council published a report summarising consultations on the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts key organisations.
Patricia Piccinini has galvanized critical and public attention with her work, and is arguably now one of Australia’s best known contemporary artists internationally.
Ten Days On The Island sees Worry Doll @ Willow Court bringing the drawings and text from Matt Coyle's remarkable graphic novel, Worry Doll into a walk-through dreamscape.
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