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A crowd gathering outside No Vacancy. People standing outside with a glass window behind them with the words ‘NO VACANCY’.
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No Vacancy: a gallery hiding in plain sight

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, No Vacancy is driving a new type of art appreciation.

'Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses' at Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Photo: Supplied. A darkened room with mannequins displaying vibrant garments with floral patterns.
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Dutch designer’s leap of faith in Australia pays off

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen first visited Australia for skydiving aged 17. Now the creative mastermind has brought a…

Woman with yellow shirt, glasses, and big earrings, smiling, in front of Aboriginal painting. Lisa Slade.
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Exit interview: AGSA's Lisa Slade on blurring the zones

For Lisa Slade education and curatorial leadership have always blurred. ArtsHub speaks with her on leaving the Art Gallery of…

Exterior of old building with contemporary mirror entry. The Potter.
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The Potter announces reopening exhibition for 2025

The Potter Museum of Art will reopen in 2025 with an epic rewriting of art history.

Installation view of 'Ivan Durrant: Marmalade Skies Through Opal Eyes' at Hamilton Gallery. L to R: 'Cavendish', 2023, and 'Murray River', 2021. Photo: Supplied. Two paintings showing blurry riverscapes with bright colours, seemingly drawn from a photograph.
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Exhibition review: Ivan Durrant: Marmalade Skies Through Opal Eyes, Hamilton Gallery

An exhibition that focuses on Ivan Durrant's commitment to colour and observations of the world around him.

Washington DC. A gallery space with large red and white installation of phrases, including WHOSE BODY? and WHOSE BELIEFS? diagonally up the sides of escalators and WHOSE POWER? on the back wall. Another incomplete sentence is on the floor, and a young boy looks on with his back to us from the bottom left corner of the frame.
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Postcard from Washington DC

ArtsHub takes a trip to the US capital, and finds much more than politics...

A silver CD case is opened to display the rare 2-CD set it contains.
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Wu-Tang Clan’s ultra-rare album-as-artwork comes to Mona

Originally sold for US$2 million, the ultra-exclusive ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ is coming to Mona, and fans have…

Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.
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The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.

Gallery gift shop. Wooden box opened to reveal a brass sextant inside.
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Exit through the gift shop

There's an undeniable link between the art and the commercial in gallery stores. ArtsHub takes a look at some of…

The portrait, among two other works of Gina Rinehart, are reproduced in Vincent Namatjira's monograph. Image: Supplied, courtesy Thames & Hudson.
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Gina Rinehart pressures NGA to remove portrait by Vincent Namatjira – now the whole net is searching for it

The work was previously shown in 'Vincent Namatjira: Australia in colour' at AGSA, with the current exhibition set to run…

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