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Sidney Nolan’s never-before-seen Auschwitz paintings

Revealing works made by iconic painter Sidney Nolan that document the Holocaust, and impacted the rest of his career.

People standing in a James Turrell light artwork
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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…

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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.

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Will NFTs replace art auction houses?

What role do NFTs play in making information more transparent in the art market? Will they change the future of…

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Situating ‘Australian art’ in Japan and beyond

While artistic engagement between Australia and Japan is not new, recent collaborations open up a greater cross-cultural discourse in the…

(Edward) Gough Whitlam, 1972, by Clifton Ernest Pugh
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What prime ministers’ portraits say about our leaders

It’s said that a picture tells a thousand words, but how much of our leaders’ true characters are revealed in…

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Painters John Olsen & Ben Quilty in conversation

Painters Ben Quilty and John Olsen chat on what it is to place their careers regionally, to face depression (or…

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Queer view mirror: new exhibition celebrates LGBTI culture

Selected from over 80,000 artworks, a new exhibition celebrates queer culture, history and desire.

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Is Sidney Nolan still relevant?

Through a wave of refocused attention on the Australian modernist icon, there is much to be said on Nolan’s legacy…

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Meet the Australian artist whose work was called ‘an affront to masculinity’

Vivienne Binns' work is a bold and confident rebuttal to the male gaze and male entitlement, writes Julie Shiels.

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