Exhibition review: Ash Keating: PRESSURE, Bunjil Place
Pressure manifesting into canvases that capture fluidity and colour.
Exhibition review: Dawn Ng: Avalanche, Institute of Modern Art
A single-channel video that can evoke different emotions and interpretations.
Exhibition review: From The Other Side, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
Local and international works focus on the fear of the monstrous-feminine.
Exhibition review: Yhonnie Scarce: The Light of Day, Art Gallery of WA
A survey exhibition that reveals obscured histories and difficult truths in quiet, yet spectacular ways.
Exhibition review: Bloodlines by The Huxleys, Abbotsford Convent
An incredibly moving exhibition that pays tribute to artists who lost their lives in the AIDS epidemic.
Exhibition review: Nicholas Burridge: Built Geologies, Canberra Glassworks
Nicholas Burridge presents interventions in basalt and explores ancient formations alongside man-made architectural structures.
Exhibition review: Mai Nguyễn-Long, Kôgábịnô, Wollongong Art Gallery
Claiming agency over lost identity and language, Mai Nguyễn-Long delivers a cohesive and confident exhibition of ceramic sculptures.
Exhibition review: Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition, Melbourne Museum
An easy one-hour amble through a well-trodden historical event with less focus on the Titanic’s artefacts than the exhibition title…
Exhibition review: Barbara McGrady, Australia Has a Black History, University of Sydney
A photography exhibition that highlights 30 years of Indigenous history on Gadigal country.
Exhibition review: Salote Tawale, Carriageworks
An exhibition that transports viewers and explores how objects become vessels of identity.