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Exhibition review: Adelaide Biennial: Inner Sanctum, AGSA

Forcing a rethink of how we view exhibitions, José Da Silva's Adelaide Biennial plays off our 'Inner Sanctum'.

man with blue shirt in painting studio. Jan Senbergs.
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Vale Jan Senbergs

A unique visual language and an ever curious mind, Jan Senbergs is farewelled by the visual arts sector.

Artist Sayoko Suwabe in a small blue paddling pool scraping off the paint on one of her portraits. Uncertain Contours of Images. Sayoko Suwabe.
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Exhibition review: Uncertain Contours of Images: Sayoko Suwabe, SOL Gallery

Japanese artist Sayoko Suwabe mixes paint with performance art.

holding crate of empty bottles. Sustainable.
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Tips from peers: how to have a more sustainable practice

From easing up on the travel to rethinking how we reuse things, creatives offer tips for a more sustainable way…

Abstract painting in reds and yellow and green. Lesley Dumbrell.
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Talking about winter blockbusters already…

The Art Gallery of NSW has announced its major exhibition program for 2024, including incredible Art Nouveau works from Alphonse…

Add-on. Gallery space with blue walls and carpet and colourful abstract artworks. Desmond Lazaro.
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Role of the add-on exhibition

Within today’s museum environment some exhibitions are not entirely ‘PC’ (politically correct). We look at the role of the ‘add-on’…

Left: Lavinia Fontana, ‘Mystic marriage of Saint Catherine’, 1574-77 oil on copper. NGV, Felton Bequest, 2021. Image: Supplied. Right: Artemisia Gentileschi, ‘Lucretia’, c.1630-35 oil on canvas. Private collection. Image: Supplied.
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Do you know the first female professional artists in Western history?

Lavinia Fontana, Sofonisba Aguissola and Artemisia Gentileschi sustained rewarding artistic practices with an entrepreneurial mindset.

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Exhibition review: Brent Harris, TarraWarra Museum of Art

Brent Harris' ambiguous and surreal forms explore the body, familial relationships and (post) death.

Group of dog sculptures in gallery with pink walls. Ngununggula
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Exhibition review: New Dog Old Tricks, Ngununggula

This summer exhibition demonstrates the complex roles dogs play in society and taps into the human condition.

LISA GORMAN + MIRKA MORA, installation view at Warrnambool Art Gallery. Photo: Supplied. An exhibition space partitioned with orange, dark turquoise and pink sheer curtains. In front of the curtains hang embroideries by Mirka Mora and clothing by Gorman x Mirka.
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Exhibition review: LISA GORMAN + MIRKA MORA: To breathe with the rhythm of the heart, Warrnambool Art Gallery

A lyrical and symbiotic pairing of fashion design, sculptural installations, painting, embroideries and more by two Australian icons.

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