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Are Mapplethorpe's photographs as confronting as they were in the 1980s? Drawn from his archive, a new exhibition at the AGNSW takes a look.
In its second edition, and with a $17.54M boost from BHP, we take a look at Tarnanthi and its legacy role.
A next wave of strong First Nations women are changing the face of contemporary Indigenous art.
Does the exhibition live up to the legend? We walk through QAGOMA’s Richter show – the largest in the southern hemisphere.
Returned faith – an exhibition with so little conversation has so much to say.
A survey long overdue. Sitting between sculpture and painting, Mais’ constructions appeal to minimalists and mathematicians alike with their very personal – and organic – approach to abstraction.
An exhibition at UTS Gallery reminds us to listen, to feel, and foretells an existence where sound doesn’t just have potential, it is powerful.
While Sydney Contemporary may have recorded $16M in sales, it was a survey exhibition by a female artist that stole the spotlight this Sydney Art Week.
In the hands of the Aquilizans, cardboard is a powerful and timely conduit to racial and cultural conversations.
While the retinal ping of David Griggs' survey captures attention, it is the narrative of an expat artist working regionally that has the greater impact.
While her Venice Biennale spotlight may have been premature, Jenny Watson's mark on Australian art history has been indelible.
Earthy, satisfying and engaging - Lottie Consalvo's exhibition at Dominik Mersch Gallery let’s the viewer walk a tightrope of ambiguity.
A chef, who has became a resin artist extraordinaire, unveils his Australian debut at Sydney gallery Sullivan + Strumpf.
Many lessons learnt, When The Sky Fell In, at PICA - an Indigenous art exhibition that looks at the Referendum from the position of impact.
Like Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 novel of the same name the Brave New World exhibition explores the powerful impact these utopian ideals and dystopian realities had on the arts of 1930s Australia.
A survey of the preeminent Vietnamese-Australian artist that looks to the edges of practice and memory rather than hero works.
The artists in this exhibition challenge the infrastructure of art by engaging with it in a process of decolonisation and decommodification.
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.
An exemplary exhibition, a distinctive local story in a dramatic local heritage site with outstanding collaborative artworks on themes of national and international significance.
What do we really know of the work and life of Vincent van Gogh?
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