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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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Opportunities and Awards Wrap

Applications open for writers fellowship, Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship, new public art commission for Aboriginal artists, and recipients announced…

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Exhibition Review: Surrealists at Sea, Art Gallery of SA

The first major survey of the Marek brothers rides on a wave of ideas that challenge conventions of Australian art.

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How portraiture has changed (or not) in 100 years

On the occasion of the Archibald Prize turning 100, we look at what that history means to contemporary making, drawing…

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Exhibition Review: Ramsay Art Prize, Art Gallery of SA

For its third edition, the Ramsay Art Prize cements its reputation for edgy materiality, while staying open to new making…

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ArtsHub speaks with $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize winner, Kate Bohunnis

South Australian artist Kate Bohunnis has won the Ramsay with a kinetic sculpture that explores the oscillation between function and…

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Charting a region impacted by COVID, we look at the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial

QAGOMAs Head of Asian and Pacific Art reflects on a trajectory of change – and more recent COVID impacts –…

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