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…
Exhibition review: Vincent Namatjira: Australia in Colour, Art Gallery of South Australia
Namatjira's paintings examine the politics of history, power and leadership from a contemporary Aboriginal perspective.
Breasts in art: a tender celebration
Revered, adored, feared – breasts are rarely just another body part in art. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month we take…
First Nations display renews in vision and scope
Wurrdha Marra at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia is an ever-evolving space to create new encounters with First Nations…