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The explosive chemistry between China’s past and present is the focus of the latest Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.
The much-loved Gold Coast artist captured the region as many locals see it.
A thought-provoking exhibition that reveals further depths through on-site activations.
A dense exhibition that provides a broad view of the iconic Marcel Duchamp as he persistently reinvented himself across his 40-year career.
Five artists from lutruwita (Tasmania) explore the use of clay as object, body and sound as part of the Australian Ceramics Triennale.
Is a room full of soil art? The latest Kaldor Public Art Project relies heavily on site and collaboration to pull it off.
An exhibition that proposes we kill and consume invasive species fails to challenge the growing disparity between rich and poor.
A well-designed exhibition that artfully captures Calder’s humour and joy of creating.
Transplanted under the canopy of the glorious Blue Mountains rainforest is a plethora of public artworks that intrigue and captivate the senses — with visual trickery in between.
A survey exhibition that demonstrates a career is more than the quick wins.
In a cross-cultural colonial collision, 1920s avant-garde dance is brought to the fore of 21st century making at the hands of artist Sally Smart – and it’s electric.
Part of the Art + Climate = Change festival, this exhibition blurs the real with the imagined to create hybrid forms of flora and fauna.
Drawing gets a rethink at the National Art School, but does the work rise to the level of the rhetoric, even with disgruntled controversy over its winner?
Insisting it is not a survey, this tri-venue exhibition takes the pulse on art making in Australia - middle-ground thinking where the artists are ‘the canaries in the coal mine’.
In 1979 Terania Creek became the focus of a landmark environmental protest and one of Australia’s best-known actions against the destruction of wilderness.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
Sliding between abstraction to quirky realism, the Tom Malone Prize for glass demonstrates that the medium is dynamic and current.
The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
With art at its heart and history in its head, Bendigo Art Gallery’s newest and best blockbuster is a right royal treat for monarchists and republicans alike.
Tasmania’s biennial Ten Days on the Island is the only ‘whole of state’ arts and cultural festival in Australia; Kath Melbourne immerses herself in the program over three successive weekends.
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