Do we want Gauguin back?
The NGA's recently announced 'Gauguin World' exhibition raises questions, but also proposes new answers.
Exhibition review: Louise Bourgeois, Art Gallery of NSW
The largest exhibition of Louise Bourgeois' work ever seen in Australia.
Exhibition review: Daniel Boyd: Rainbow Serpent (Version), Institute of Modern Art
Rainbow Serpent (Version) is Indigenous artist Daniel Boyd’s first major exhibition in Brisbane.
Arts with law: a complementary and powerful combination
Creating social change and addressing the inadequacies of systems around gendered violence, through arts and law's intersection.
Festival review: The Unconformity, Queenstown
The Unconformity is a festival that interacts with the Queenstown landscape in unexpected ways.
Exhibition review: Kandinsky, AGNSW
No Kandinsky painting is held in an Australia public collection, so this largest ever exhibition of the iconic modernist is…
Exhibition review: David Serisier: Here and There, Orange Regional Gallery
David Serisier's lastest body of work was prompted by a photographic coincidence, but led to a deeply resolved exhibition.
The power of portraiture and human connection
The Lester Prize encourages submissions to explore the depths and reaches of identity expressed through portraiture.
Exhibition review: Melanie Hava: Bugan Mungan, Cairns Art Gallery
A must-see nine-metre long painting by one of Tropical North Queensland’s celebrated artists.
Hermannsburg School seen in a new light
From the so-called 'chocolate box' painting, which led to an appreciation of Aboriginal art, to a dynamic contemporary art style…