PHOTO 2024 program revealed with photography trail in the CBD and beyond
The biennial photography festival PHOTO 2024 will present free outdoor art trails and cornerstone exhibitions, including a number of world…
Exhibition review: Paul Knight: L'ombre de ton ombre, MUMA
Paul Knight’s solo exhibition brings into focus the role of chance in human connection.
Nude in the name of art on Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge
Visual artist Spencer Tunick’s 2023 Brisbane-based work ‘Tide’ is a prequel for bigger things to come in 2024.
Exhibition review: Each, Other, Griffith University Art Museum (GUAM)
‘Each, Other’ offers a compelling insight into the experiences of two photographers born in the wake of China's Open Door…
Landmark survey exhibition of Yhonnie Scarce for Perth
Three decades of work by one of Australia’s most important First Nations artists will immerse viewers at the Art Gallery…
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…
New look at photography
Bringing together works from the NGV collection over nearly 140 years, ‘Photography: Real and Imagined’ considers the depth and breadth…
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…
Exhibition review: Liam Young: Planetary Redesign, The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia
As climate chaos ignites more panic, drastic measures are presented to completely reimagine the planet’s future.
Exhibition review: Beneath the Surface, Behind the Scenes, Heide Museum of Modern Art
A bold exhibition that traverses cultures while highlighting our connections.