Exhibition review: Who are you: Australian Portraiture
Over 200 works speak to the various forms of Australian identity.
Situating ‘Australian art’ in Japan and beyond
While artistic engagement between Australia and Japan is not new, recent collaborations open up a greater cross-cultural discourse in the…
Nurturing traditional excellence in a field of racy prizes
On its tenth edition, the Basil Sellers Art Prize goes national, ups the prize pool, and refocuses its brief
Exhibition review: Untitled, Eugene Carchesio
An understated exhibition that speaks volumes.
Vale Yolŋgu artist and cultural leader Mr Wanambi
Art community mourns the sudden passing of innovative artist, and founder of Yirrkala’s Mulka Project, Mr W. Wanambi.
Exhibition review: Looking Glass, Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce
Two Indigenous artists present multi-media representations of family, Country and loss.
What prime ministers’ portraits say about our leaders
It’s said that a picture tells a thousand words, but how much of our leaders’ true characters are revealed in…
Exhibition review: Metaverse
A four-part group exhibition that considers what it means to be shaped by the internet.
Car park activation: Is it art?
Are carpark art activations valid public art or lazy developer obligation? We look at the opportunities and trends.
Exhibition Review: John Olsen Goya's Dog, Ngununggula
A fresh take on touring iconic artist John Olsen, adding regional connections