Exhibition review: Untitled, Eugene Carchesio
An understated exhibition that speaks volumes.
First Nations billboards pushing the boundary of public art
The NETS Victoria program provides a 24/7 platform for three First Nations artists to turn roadside billboards into opportunities for…
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.
Car park activation: Is it art?
Are carpark art activations valid public art or lazy developer obligation? We look at the opportunities and trends.
Tapestry of stories to reclaim mining hole
Reclaim the Void is a nation-wide project that unites the power of art and community for site rehabilitation.
Viewing a city through 123 diverse lenses
PHOTO 2022 is revitalising Melbourne CBD (and beyond) with a showcase of installations, exhibitions and walking tours from over a…
What happens to art caught in war’s crossfire?
As the conflict in Ukraine deepens, the damage to its cultural heritage reveals various motives behind this kind of destruction.
Brit who gets Australian placemaking right
Survey exhibition of British artist Bruce Munro, taps into unique Australian placemaking, from our Red Centre to our cities.
Exhibitions review: We Hold you Close and Monumental
Two exhibitions speak to a greater collective spirit: through installations and video displays.