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Red coloured photographic portrait of a man from mid 19th century. Gauguin
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Everything other than Gauguin: addressing the dilemma

We listen, we learn, we ponder, we argue with ourselves and, hopefully by the end of it, we gain a…

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.

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Exhibition focuses on a next generation of Torres Strait Island artists

Curatorial collaboration celebrates diversity of new making and greater exposure at NorthSite Contemporary Arts.

Painting of man with long hair and t-shirt in big brushstrokes by Laura Jones.
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Who are the 2024 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman winners?

Another female artist wins this year’s Archibald Prize, with a great portrait by Laura Jones of author Tim Winton.

Rhodes. Image is a surreal piece of art in a golden frame, a picture of a young woman in a black cloak holding a closed fan in a red gloved hand. Her face is painted blue, yellow and white and there is a perspex or glass box around her head. She is standing in front of a block of flats.
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Exhibition review: Katrina Rhodes and Stefano Ives, Fortyfivedownstairs

Two virtuosos of Australian surrealist art share a gallery in Melbourne’s CBD with captivating results.

Ukraine Guernica. Image is a painting of a wartorn destruction with a large teddy bear sitting in the middle and a skull floating in the right hand top corner.
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Exhibition review: George Gittoes: Ukraine Guernica, Hazelhurst Arts Centre

The desolation and insanity of war is on stark display in this powerful exhibition.

Cressida Campbell. Image is a still life painting of vases on a table with spindly flowers in them, a bowl and an apple. On the wall behind are parts of three Japanese prints.
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Exhibition review: Cutting Through Time – Cressida Campbell, Margaret Preston, and the Japanese Print, Geelong Gallery

An examination of the influence of Japanese woodblock prints on two prominent Australian artists.

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.

'JXSH MVIR: Forever I Live', installation view at Koorie Heritage Trust. Left to right: 'The Heart', 2016; 'Oxymoron', 2015; 'William Buckley - Maquette', 2016 (mixed media sculpture); 'Still Here', 2015; 'The Empire', 2015 (top); 'Ticket to Projection', 2015 (middle), 'Skip to my Lou', 2015 (bottom). Photo: ArtsHub. Digital illustrations of Melbourne landmarks with red, black and yellow background hang on the walls. In front of them is a small sculpture of a human figure on a bright yellow plinth.
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Exhibition review: JXSH MVIR: Forever I Live, Koorie Heritage Trust

When kinship is involved – it shows.

Image is a dark gallery with a shiny wooden floor and a white box seat. On the walls are two 3D pieces, one a cupboard like work and the other comprising abstract faces.
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Exhibition review: Odalala, nireekshane and Uyirvu, Arts House

Australian and international artists examine histories of caste, migration, gender and sexuality.

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