Sydney Biennale embraces the edges

With Nirin (edge) as its theme, Sydney Biennale 2020 has announced a diverse range of artists from around the globe.
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Luke Willis Thompson, autoportrait, Chisenhale Gallery, London, Photograph by Andy Keate, courtesy of the artist.

A group of Tennant Creek men who only began painting four years ago are among the 98 artists, creatives, poets, performers and collectives just announced for the 2020 Biennale of Sydney. The collective, Tennant Creek Brio, join artists including Professor Sir Zanele Muholi from South Africa, Luke Willis Thompson from New Zealand, and Tony Albert and Karla Dickens from Australia.

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Jane O'Sullivan
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Jane O’Sullivan is an independent art writer based in Sydney. Her work has appeared in Vault, Art Guide, Ocula, Flash Art, Running Dog and the Australian Financial Review. She is also a former editor of Art Collector and Art Edit magazines.
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