Japanese avant-garde ceramicists test the limits of clay
Documenting a shift from function to form, Catherine Speck looks at AGSA’s latest exhibition on Japanese ceramics.
ARIs 'worried about their livelihoods' as pandemic drags on
What concerns are artist-run-initiatives in Adelaide and Canberra facing post lockdowns?
Powerful narratives showcased in First Nations exhibition
The 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial shows for another month at the NGA before touring to connect with local communities.
Exhibitions review: Sea and Sky by Mostyn Bramley-Moore and Look Out by John Smith
Two artist showcasing work that highlight the resonance of nature and past ephemeral connections.
Nazi allegations put regional art collection under spotlight
Wollongong Art Gallery is working with Sydney Jewish Museum to take a 'considered and sensitive approach' after a donor was…
Who was Picasso in the eyes of his peers?
NGV’s winter blockbuster The Picasso Century offers more than a tale of the lone creative genius.
Daniel Boyd's art overturns accepted white Australian history
Daniel Boyd's new solo exhibition at AGNSW not only interrogates Australia's colonial history but transfers First Nations knowledge to audiences.
Book review: DECADE: Wyndham Art Gallery 2011–21
A deserving community love letter to Wyndham Art Gallery nestled in Melbourne’s deep west.
Landmark bequest announces inaugural acquisitions
Works by Olafur Eliasson, Tacita Dean and Fiona Hall will enter QAGOMA’s collection thanks to The Josephine Ulrick and Win…
Exit interview: Brett Cuthbertson, Head Packer, AGNSW
Having been in charge of the receiving and hanging of artworks at the AGNSW for 41 years, the sector farewells…