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A suburban traders' association had a smart idea to discourage tagging and encourage art to improve the neighbourhood.
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European colonialism is sent up in the latest Australian exhibition to hit Germany.
The world in architecture this week sees Greece selling off its historic buildings; London getting its own high line, and more.
An interesting bridge design can become representative of the city it serves, according to architect Martin Knight.
One of the most influential people in Indian advertising gives us some insight into marketing to a culturally diverse audience.
The likes of Uma Thurman, Anjelica Huston and Oliver Reed get a whimsical makeover in an eye-catching series of portraits.
Ever wondered what would happen if famous artists turned their hand to building design? These quirky pictures give you a clue.
With more people opting out of the car and hopping on two wheels it’s time to look at bike design.
Alex McCulloch and Dr Deborah Walker catch up with Michael Staniak, Josephine Scicluna, Nadine Hartnett and Adrian Doyle.
Two 42 foot vertical grain silos will be turned into one of South Africa’s most exciting art museums.
American photographer Corey Miller captures the America of old in a modern way.
As Melbourne again stages its Grand Prix, we thought we'd take a look at the quirky ways artists have used cars in their work.
An event in regional NSW this weekend inspires the imagination for alternate usages of a common industrial good
ArtsHub celebrates International Women’s Day by taking a look at artists who have shaped the direction of contemporary art.
We take a look at five examples of architecture sitting at the top of the world.
Architects in Mexico convert old boats into wine facilities.
From their home on Elcho Island, the acclaimed dance group are readying for an eight-month, five-state tour.
'Australian Alps' is a beautiful combination of nature and glasswork.
Musical notation on a man’s buttocks in a painting by Hieronymus Bosch has finally been performed, 524 years later.
George Chamoun's study of screen beauty suggests a timeless quality to the anatomy of icons.
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