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'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…

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...

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…

Woman in blue suit outside Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. To the right of her is a huge patterned arrow on the wall pointing down to the ground.
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When you need to change to get it right

The MCA has worked with its challenges – and in sync with museum trends globally – to rethink its future.…

'In Transit' by Yona Lee at Fine Arts Sydney, Art Basel Hong Kong 2024, Discoveries section. Photo: ArtsHub. People gathering around a booth with stainless steel installations that make up a seemingly domestic setting, with benches, an outdoor umbrella, and fairy lights.
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Australian reflections on Art Basel Hong Kong 2024

ArtsHub speaks with Australia-based galleries on their perspectives of attending Art Basel Hong Kong this year, from first-time participants to…

Taipei Dangdai, Evoke sector. Anne Samat, ‘Never Walk In Anyone's Shadow,’ 2023, Rattan sticks, kitchen and garden utensils, beads, ceramic, metal and plastic ornaments. Photo: Brian Holcombe. Image: Courtesy of the artist and MARC STRAUS. A large colourful installation that appears like a folk monument against a grey background.
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Strengthening regional connections through Taipei Dangdai

Taipei Dangdai art fair will present its fifth edition in May with two Australian galleries travelling to the Taiwan capital.

Jessica Nothdurft, 'The Cage', 2023, bronze, cotton and human hair. Installation view in 'Silly Girl' at artisan. Photo: ArtsHub. A small bronze figure with a blue striped dress, no facial expressions and long hair trapped inside a small bronze square cage.
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Artist hopes to generate awareness and 'release emotions' this Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Artist Jessica Nothdurft shares her experiences and emotions in an endeavour to generate greater awareness of domestic violence.

Exterior view of gallery at dusk. Pinnacles
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Finding agency over paternalism for regional galleries

ArtsHub speaks with Holly Arden about the challenges of running a gallery in Far North Queensland, tourism and notions of…

white robotic art against black backgrounds. Future arts jobs.
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My arts job in 2030

Have you hedged your bets correctly? Does your job have a future – or a different future? ArtsHub takes a…

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