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The equivalent of an open mic for artists, 9 by 5 Exhibition places a premium on participation and values diversity and inclusion.
APT9 is a slow and steady exhibition that works against the quick read and quick perceptions of art making in our region today.
With this exhibition Mona Ryder demonstrates that she remains a major figure in Australian Art.
An interesting and at times confronting exhibition that showcases Borland’s work over the last decade.
The best work in this exhibition draws from the country’s deeper heritage to create an eloquent throughline for the viewer.
Two exhibitions offer a layered narrative of Captain Cook’s Pacific encounters, one that has plenty of space for First Nations voices.
An experience that is quite different to the previous two Star Wars exhibitions at the Powerhouse.
The Bowness Photography Prize is a contemporary collection of stories in pictures told by Australians at home and abroad, making the visual vocal.
Borrowed Time provides provocative pieces and invite much speculation on McGregor’s thesis about the placement of the artist in the industry of creativity.
A thoughtfully curated show that captures something of an artist who defies ready catagorisation.
This exhibition concludes a three year project centred on an artists’ exchange between Nordic and Australian visual artists.
Two exhibitions with a very different tone, both focus on similar contested relationships to land, but derive from a different cultural perspective.
In a spirit of deep listening, Void invites us to engage with Indigenous ways of learning, and to hear a multiplicity of knowledges, truths, and histories.
A new exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA asks the question: What does your jewellery say about you?
Hermitage Director says this exhibition presents ‘a Hermitage view of the history of modern art,' but it does so much more – it rethinks the blockbuster today.
Jacklyn Wagner continues her documentation of the inhabitants of South Lismore, but this time joined by fellow Lismore photographer Peter Derrett.
A multimedia extravaganza: a magical vision of light with ambient tunes that further underscore the eerieness of the night.
Curated by Kentridge himself, this is a great celebration of creative engagement and its capacity to dovetail into every aspect of life.
With scissors, glue and cuttings from printed paper, Elizabeth Gower has constructed a career that turns craft traditions into high precision art.
The latest exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre was two years in the making and is ambitious but sometimes disappointing.
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