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Italian heritage group decries 'biennalisation' of Venice

Italia Nostra says a new sculptural display in Venice’s public square distracts from the city’s existing cultural heritage and infrastructure…

Image is a sarcophagus in a display of Egyptian artefacts.
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Museum takes a stand on displaying body parts

The University of Sydney’s Chau Chak Wing Museum has chosen to remove mummified body parts from display.

Fondation Cartièr. A man of Indigenous appearance is wearing a brightly coloured purple, pink and turquoise shirt with short sleeves, has his arms crossed and is leaving against a wall smiling at the camera.
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Thinking bigger: talking First Nations partnerships with Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier’s Hervé Chandès and artist Tony Albert talk about the role of trust when commissioning projects, and the importance…

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7 climate inspired artworks that make you think

With the NGV Triennial soon to close, we take a look at some of the exhibition's inherent messages around climate…

MAMA CEO Blair French and 2024 National Photography Prize guest judge Nici Cumpston standing next to ‘Four Days Before Winter’, a series of work by Ellen Dahl. Photo: Jeremy Weihrauch. The photos are displayed in varying scales in a dim gallery space, showing flowing hills.
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Landscape work that encourages ‘concentrated looking’ wins 2024 National Photography Prize

Ellen Dahl takes home the $30,000 National Photography Prize with lens-based works that centres the Norwegian archipelago, Svalbard.

Light installation with blue tones and people interacting. Vivid Sydney.
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Vivid Sydney spotlights humanity for 2024 Festival

Activities to help you plan your Vivid Sydney itinerary this year.

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Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Textile banners by Tal Fitzpatrick will feature in the exhibition at MoAD. Photo: Supplied. A woman with wavy lavender coloured hair and a fringe sitting with her leg crossed on a stool inside a studio where her textiles works are displayed on the walls.
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Craftivism led by women

The Museum of Australian Democracy launches new touring exhibition celebrating the power of craft and textiles.

Universal Everything. A woman stands in front of a large screen. On the screen, two tall structures react to her movement.
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Universal Everything unveils generative installations at ACMI

Characters are created via display technologies to produce hyperrealist, nature-inspired designs.

Penelope Cain, 'Ice-told stories of lead and rope' opening at POP. Image (cropped): Courtesy of the artist. Amundsen source material courtesy of the National Library of Australia. An artwork with two separate images spread across four panels. On the top is an archival image of a group of four explorers in a snowy environment looking at a small tent with flats on it. On the bottom is a photo of a silver rock.
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POP exhibitions tapping into the zeitgeist

Two artists explore our world pre-climate disaster, and history that lends insight to past and future.

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