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Exhibition Review: Tamara Dean, Ngununggula

Ngununggula’s inaugural exhibition turns to the self to navigate trauma and trepidation.

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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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Australia's newest regional gallery opens

Meaning belonging, Ngununggula is a creative hub long overdue for NSW's Southern Highlands.

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Exhibition review: Love in Bright Landscapes, PICA, WA

A multi-artist showcase of differences and commonalities between two seemingly disparate locations.

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Curating in COVID: challenges and wins

From Zoom installations to virtual media calls, curator Natalie King talks about curating an international exhibition mid-pandemic.

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Exhibition review: Jacobus Capone, Beating Heart, Fremantle Arts Centre

A solo exploration into human and environmental fragility.

Doug Aitken, SONG 1, 2012/2015. 7-channel video installation (colour, sound). Installation view, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, 2015.
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Numbers worth the risk: Doug and Matisse are on a plane for Sydney

Blockbusters – when the doors are open – are doing fantastic in COVID. We walk through the next two heading…

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Opportunities and Awards Wrap

Call outs for the Helen Anne Bell Award for Women Poets, National Arts and Disability Awards, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants…

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Exhibition Review: Fiona Foley, Veiled Paradise, QUT Art Musuem

Foley's 30-year survey weaves land, lust and desire through her far-ranging collection.

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Photography teaches us how to capture a world in flux

Spanning eight weeks and an entire city, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale investigates photography’s power to communicate, engage and connect.

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