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Robert Klippel changed the landscape of Australian sculpture, and his work continues to shift our perspectives and celebrate bold individualism.
Weaver is an artist who looks beyond the surface, who uses materiality and familiarity to usher the viewer into a deeper consideration of our world.
A local gym comes alive with video installations exploring the body, discipline, endurance and community.
Eight artists join eight engineers in a collaboration that examines 60 years of the Manly Dam, garnering lessons in coastal erosion, wetland management, biodiversity, climate change and social history.
In a new direction for the artist, Jumaadi puts poetry and politics at the forefront to give agency to the object and landscape.
The NGV’s exclusive exhibition provides a comprehensive and diverse survey of the artists’ work with insight into their lives.
It’s a challenge to curate a fresh take on Matisse and Picasso, two of the most widely shown artists, but an age old rivalry adds a new lens.
Curator Deborah Hart takes a look at the lesser known artist Hugh Ramsay, a prodigy who died at just 28, but whose impact on Australian art is more deeply felt than we realised.
Bouncing between spectacular installations and intimate considerations, Water is a nuanced exhibition that tackles tough climate challenges.
Alexander Boynes and Mandy Martin team up with sound designer Tristen Parr, to create a poignant multi-dimensional exhibition that taps into our contemporary climate crisis and Australia's resources debate.
Nicole Reed’s photographs highlight the state architecture of North Korea over its inhabitants.
This exhibition questions how we use collective cliches to construct narratives, but is it the best route to truth?
Embracing curation as activism, this exhibition invites both artists and viewers to disrupt the ‘master’ narrative of Western art.
A palpable and political exhibition, Cornelia Parker's eponymous exhibition offers a cautionary tale on hasty commentary, demonstrating that the simple object can speak volumes.
This multi-layered show offers a series of interesting experimentations but leaves the audience with questions unanswered.
Drawing from more than 40 collections, the NGV’s exhibition showcases the iconoclastic designer’s work and philosophy.
The most revealing thing about this exhibition is how white Vogue Australia has been for most of its 60 years.
When a light festival moves from a hodgepodge of projections to a solo exhibition of illuminated sculptures, is a refreshing re-think of the tourism model.
A powerful subversion of craft as a vehicle for activism and social change.
This gutsy and timely exhibition rethinks textile art, but more so demonstrates how our state and regional galleries can work together to national significance.
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