Unravelling Chiharu Shiota’s threads of humanity
Studying in Australia played a huge part in shaping the career of internationally celebrated installation artist Chiharu Shitoa, currently showing…
Exhibitions review: Sea and Sky by Mostyn Bramley-Moore and Look Out by John Smith
Two artist showcasing work that highlight the resonance of nature and past ephemeral connections.
ACMI’s latest exhibition unpacks light as both phenomena and subject
ACMI's new light exhibition pushes you around – mentally – like a rag doll, wowed by a roll call of…
Exhibition review: Land Abounds, Ngununggula
An exhibition that looks at the power of perception, and the power of influence in a world contorted by race…
Exhibition review: Who are you: Australian Portraiture
Over 200 works speak to the various forms of Australian identity.
Exhibition review: Untitled, Eugene Carchesio
An understated exhibition that speaks volumes.
Exhibition review: Looking Glass, Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce
Two Indigenous artists present multi-media representations of family, Country and loss.
Exhibition review: Metaverse
A four-part group exhibition that considers what it means to be shaped by the internet.
Exhibition Review: John Olsen Goya's Dog, Ngununggula
A fresh take on touring iconic artist John Olsen, adding regional connections
Exhibition review: Groundwork
Mark Galea's geometric sculptures and paintings are a perfect balance between space and colour.