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7 climate inspired artworks that make you think

With the NGV Triennial soon to close, we take a look at some of the exhibition's inherent messages around climate…

Laure Prouvost, ‘Gathering Ho Ma, The glaneuse’, 2023, installation view at ACCA. Photo: ArtsHub. An installation of many components include a makeshift camp with red dirt and branches, seats, a hanging lightbulb shaped like a breast.
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Exhibition review: Laure Prouvost: Oui Move In You, ACCA

Layers of storytelling and humour that leave viewers wanting more.

MAMA CEO Blair French and 2024 National Photography Prize guest judge Nici Cumpston standing next to ‘Four Days Before Winter’, a series of work by Ellen Dahl. Photo: Jeremy Weihrauch. The photos are displayed in varying scales in a dim gallery space, showing flowing hills.
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Landscape work that encourages ‘concentrated looking’ wins 2024 National Photography Prize

Ellen Dahl takes home the $30,000 National Photography Prize with lens-based works that centres the Norwegian archipelago, Svalbard.

Miscellaneous organic objects as an artwork in a white gallery setting.
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A prize that rethinks the art/science connection

Two decades on, and the way we consider the nexus of science and art has changed dramatically, as evidenced by…

Surfacing. Image is a neon artwork placed on a gallery floor that says My... Sight with the middle word Soul not lit up.
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Exhibition review: Surfacing, Trocadero Projects

New and experimental photographic work and related writing from emerging artists.

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All materials possible, but watch out for size and weight

Deakin University’s Contemporary Small Sculpture Award returns with three entry opportunities for solo or collaborative work.

Image is a large gallery space with a circular wall covered with a huge projection of parrots in their natural environment. On the floor in front of it are three small figures in silhouette.
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Exhibition review: BBC Earth Experience, Melbourne Convention Centre

An impressive blend of entertainment, education and environmental awareness.

Jumaadi, ‘Malaikat [Angel I]’, 2019-. Acrylic on buffalo hide. Collection of the artist. Image: Supplied. A detailed work depicting two figures flying with white wings and meeting each other in the centre. They both have two eyes on the side of their heads. In the background is an irregular oval with a circle of trees inside and a white bird on the bottom right corner.
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Forming amicable relations between adversarial nations through art

Australian and Indonesian artists traverse a political divide to find common ground and bring distinct ways of addressing shared concerns.

Nani Puspasari. Image is a ceramic of an orange creature with a facemask like appearance, little legs and arms.
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Exhibition review: Nani Puspasari, Manningham Art Gallery

Chinese-Indonesian artist Nani Puspasari weaves a vibrant universe between childhood and adulthood.

Exhibition view of hanging organic paper paintings. Neoterica
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Exhibition review: Neoterica, Adelaide Festival

20 artists and 20 writers commissioned in a celebration of South Australian contemporary art.

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