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Visitor causes $300K damage to Miró painting at Tate Modern

A clumsy visitor caused $300K damage to a Joan Miró painting that was on loan to the Tate Modern in…

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Art Gallery SA opens refurbished Melrose wing

On Saturday, the Art Gallery of South Australia will open the doors of the newly refurbished Melrose Wing of European…

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Ancient Rome: the Empire that Shaped the World

MELBOURNE DOCKLANDS: An exhibition of models and working machines, gladiator costumes and artefacts from one of the world’s great empires.

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The Art of Corporate Match-Making

AUSTRALIA BUSINESS ARTS FOUNDATION: Hearing what businesses think is an important part of further developing corporate partnerships, which done right…

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Tim Burton: The Exhibition (ACMI)

TIM BURTON: THE EXHIBITION (ACMI): Likening the assemblage of his work (previously presented at New York’s Museum of Modern Art)…

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OPINION: Why Bill Henson did not 'cross the line'

Henson’s pictures are clearly works of art, whether you like them or not. Just as clearly, they are not pornographic.…

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Kangaroo Teeterboard

Everyone wants to run away to the circus, right? Well now running away to the circus has become something more…

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THEATRE REVIEW: Miss Julie, Vanilla Productions, Belvoir St Downstairs (Sydney)

Dark, gripping and intense, this production of Strindberg's Miss Julie, directed by Vladislavs Nastavshevs, is given a powerhouse performance by…

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REVIEW: <i>Silk + Sand</i>, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington

In 1993 Australian printmaker Michael Kempson met Chinese printmaker Su Xin Ping and expressed a wish to initiate a cultural…

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