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With a sensitive honesty, Dreyfus opens our eyes to the precious transition of boys to men.
A great Australian story told through fashion that is a call for us to question our individual sense of identity today.
Tracking the first decade of the White Rabbit Gallery, THEN is an exhibition that reveals lessons in time.
Maria MacDermott’s work plays with interactions between human forms and other organic matter, while another exhibition has four ceramicists exploring the colour blue.
Heide brings together 12 ceramic artists and an architectural group to ponder the notion of the vessel.
AGWA’s latest exhibition inspires newfound appreciation for the gallery’s architecture.
This year’s Primavera is a real shake-up, and wake-up, in the hands of Archibald-winning artist Mitch Cairns as curator.
While spanning three decades, Guan Wei's MCA exhibition taps into the pulse of contemporary unrest today, from Chinese protests to the Extinction Rebellion.
Three exhibitions explore the challenges of the world to come.
NGV Australia presents the most comprehensive retrospective of the Australian abstract artist’s work.
This year’s largest event at Brisbane Festival uses the river as its canvas to tell an early chapter in the encounters between Europeans and First Nations peoples.
The NLA presents a magical journey through the history of Australian children’s stories.
A timely and necessary program that calls on us to be active participants as we face this state of emergency.
The third and last stop in Going Down Swinging’s international project has resulted in an intricate, optimistic, and multilayered exhibition and anthology.
Three exhibitions at Koorie Heritage Trust examine the art of cartography, Blak cinema, and contemporary adornment.
A surreal, visually arresting meditation on the future of our planet.
This sculpture event is a stellar example of how philanthropy can help artists take a deeper dive into thorny topics, while growing audiences through the popularity of sculpture.
Familiar works that have shaped the landscape of Indigenous Australian identity are given a Blak lens - simply, this is the long-awaited exhibition we needed to have in shifting who gets to present this past, and future.
Art Gallery WA’s multilayered exhibition invites us to consider our impact on the plant world.
Artists explore the intersection of art, labour, and capitalism through works in various media.
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