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How art can rehabilitate after war

A veteran of recent conflicts, Sean Burton reflects on how art gives meaning to his post-conflict life.

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Exhibition review: Salon des Refusés 2021

The alternative Archibald and Wynne Prize Selection makes its Adelaide debut.

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Exhibition review: Tarnanthi

Large scale installation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art 'comes forth and appears.'

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The new resurgence in tablet art

Cheap and accessible, tablet art is trending thanks to lockdowns and COVID.

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Exhibition review: The Slow Cancellation of the Future

The Apocalypse never looked so enticing

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A Northern Queensland story to balance the scales

The National Museum of Australia purchased over 400 artworks by Far North Queensland artists, for a major exhibition with Indigenous…

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How games can become our greatest artform

At his recent keynote at Melbourne International Games Week, Albert Chessa argued that there was a way for games to…

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Exhibition review: William Robinson: Nocturne

An intriguing, seductive survey of paintings, drawings and prints that evoke ideas of night and darkness.

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Exhibition review: Pragma: Perils and Passions, Lost Eden Creative, WA

A showcase of love in all its permutations.

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Exhibitions review: Innovation and the Mandurah 9x5 Art Prize, WA

Deborah Zibah’s solo exhibition of large scale abstract art is perfectly balanced by the community-compiled collection of 9x5 boards.

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