Ever Present: a lesson on comparative histories
What can be learnt when First Peoples' art from Australia and Southeast Asia are placed in conjunction?
Auslan storytellers building accessibility from the ground up
How can decolonisation strategies empower Deaf communities and help build an all-inclusive exhibition? We spoke with two artists leading this…
Meet MAGNT’s new Director
Strong experience with blockbuster exhibitions and a close eye on Indigenous art and culture inform Adam Worrall’s views.
Gaze and gesture: the power of moving portraits
An Adelaide-exclusive exhibition of Robert Wilson’s video portraits explores the movement that lies in stillness.
Japanese avant-garde ceramicists test the limits of clay
Documenting a shift from function to form, Catherine Speck looks at AGSA’s latest exhibition on Japanese ceramics.
ARIs 'worried about their livelihoods' as pandemic drags on
What concerns are artist-run-initiatives in Adelaide and Canberra facing post lockdowns?
Who was Picasso in the eyes of his peers?
NGV’s winter blockbuster The Picasso Century offers more than a tale of the lone creative genius.
Daniel Boyd's art overturns accepted white Australian history
Daniel Boyd's new solo exhibition at AGNSW not only interrogates Australia's colonial history but transfers First Nations knowledge to audiences.
4 ways to drive institutional change
Cultural institutions can be stubborn beasts when it comes to internal change.
Exit interview: Gallerist Brenda May
After nearly 40-years in the gallery biz, across five different iterations and spaces, Sydney gallerist Brenda May calls it a…