Prints And Drawings
Exhibition review: Shakespeare to Winehouse
Over 80 portraits from 16th century to today on loan from the National Portrait Gallery London.
From page to stage: bringing cartoons to life
Judy Horacek describes the process of working with the Flying Fruit Fly Circus on a show inspired by her cartoons.
The art prize that dreams big for regional collections
Part of an ambitious collecting strategy for regional galleries, the 2022 Sunshine Coast Art Prize is calling for entries nationwide.
Exhibition review: Solastalgia, Broadhurst gallery
Four Australian women artists explore the changes and disruptions of climate change.
Queer view mirror: new exhibition celebrates LGBTI culture
Selected from over 80,000 artworks, a new exhibition celebrates queer culture, history and desire.
Exhibition review: From impulse to action, Bundanon
Curator Sophie O’Brien captures both the genesis and future of Bundanon as an important site for cultural production and experimentation.
Vale Ken Whisson
Painting fluently to the end, artist Ken Whisson was a unique Australia voice.
Artists turn animators
Turning 'stone age animation' into new contemporary narratives thanks to COVID upskilling.
Are artists changing the wine market?
In an upswing trend, winemakers are choosing to use the sole signature for their wine an artwork, rather than their…
Exhibition review: Presence of mind, Gallery Lane Cove
A showcase from a Buddhist community of artists.