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Showing all Visual Arts news in Opinions & Analysis
How do you get your head around Captain Cook in the 21st century? We asked five curators how they've retold the familiar narrative in this 250th anniversary year.
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Within an arts organisation you are only as valuable as you are flexible and obedient.
A community-focused approach to the arts in Singapore, coupled with unrest in Hong Kong, is shifting the focus of the arts world in our region – which has lasting ramifications for Australia.
Is the recent Hosier Lane attack vandalism or street art? You told us that it ranged from 'exactly what was required' to 'completely ephemeral'.
Artist Andrew Bairn tells hist story of knocking on the doors of the artistic establishment based on an extract from We Are Here: Stories of Home, Place & Belonging, which featured stories from people who've experienced homelessness.
Danish/Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson offers views on climate action, self-confidence in criticism, the eroding value of culture, and why artists need to act.
Who's hot in 2020? We asked eight curators to name the visual artists who are on their radar for the year ahead.
Keith Haring was a gay man and AIDS activist whose art reflected his life and passion. So why has this aspect of his work seemingly been deliberately excised from a current NGV exhibition?
While Australia fights to save its cultural assets after bushfires, the USA threatens to destroy cultural sites across Iran.
With the release of new guidelines for ethics for artists at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Richard Moore believes this has the potential to censor artists, as much as their art.
A decade in, the Resale Royalty Scheme faces a review to ascertain whether it is on track, and indeed doing enough for visual artists.
Artists are tired of the constant ask to donate their work, under the guise it bolsters their careers. Gallerist Michael Reid looks at the pitfalls of donations and how to do it without damaging artists.
From switching off our phones, to exposing non-paid artist fees, the burden of activism and how to be a better ally for diversity – these are the stories that captured your interest in 2019.
Responding to a recent review, Cementa19 make the point, that like all good art, a festival should make you uncomfortable, awkward, challenged, and aware of the social reality in which you play.
If a sustainable arts practice were a meal what ingredients would it need? Dancer and choreographer Alison Plevey thinks arts practice can be a hearty lasagne, a rich comfort food that keeps you going.
The fourth edition of the biennial regional festival Cementa has just wrapped up, but for a post-industrial town the event misses its context and struggles to include residents.
A tribute to the contemporary realist, Patrick Carroll, who died tragically in a Central Coast fire.
Sculpture by the Sea versus Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: we weigh up the options for artists.
Addressing the climate emergency and improving relationships with Indigenous Australians and Pacific Islanders means building people-to-people exchange, according to our new British High Commissioner.
China’s influence in the arts has long been tied to its political goals. Alison Carroll looks at how it has become more insidious in recent years.
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