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Intimate photography is on the rise. Image is a naked woman shot from behind and from the middle of her back down, sitting on the floor with her arms held out to her side and bathed in a warm sunny glow.

Intimate photography: the new therapy?

Photographers are enjoying a rise in nude, boudoir and intimate photography. But the results are surprising everyone.

Michael Najjar, ‘Arctic Vault’, 2023 from the series, ‘Cool Earth’. Photo: Courtesy of the artist. A concrete vault in the middle of melting ice and a barren landscape.

4 future-focused photographers to watch

Four photographers each approaching the topic of ‘the future’ through different lenses.

white robotic art against black backgrounds. Future arts jobs.

My arts job in 2030

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

Emil Cañita. A gloryhole made from a timber board reveals a seductive half-opened mouth with red lipstick and framed by black lace.

At First I was Afraid: intimate and vulnerable photographs pay tribute to William Yang

Yang's works inspired Emil Cañita, who will soon be presenting their first solo exhibition at MARS Gallery.

Jahkarli Felicitas Romanis, ‘Burnt’ (cropped) as part of ‘Dis(connected) to Country’. Photo: Supplied. A photographic work showcasing the portrait with no facial features, overlayed with the red desert landscape.

(Dis)connected to Country: mapping the intersections of place, identity and family

Jahkarli Felicitas Romanis interrogates the possibility of self-determination through photography.

Work by Tace Stevens showing as part of group exhibition ‘Only the future revisits the past’ at Centre for Contemporary Art as part of PHOTO2024. Image: Supplied. Photography work that captures a residential shed in the glow of early evening sunset. The shadow of two figures are reflected onto the wall of the building.

Only the future revisits the past

The Centre for Contemporary Photography’s upcoming exhibition for PHOTO 2024 looks towards the past to speculate on future possibilities.

Installation view of ‘Telly Tuita: Tongpop’s Great Expectations’ at Campbelltown Arts Centre. Photo: Jodie Barker. Installation and photography works inside a spacious gallery with sky blue walls.

Self-representation and cultural references in the work of Telly Tuita

Telly Tuita’s solo exhibition signifies a full-circle moment.

Gabrielle d'Estrées and one of her sisters (c. 1594). Artist unknown. Oil on canvas. Louvre, Paris. Public domain.

Breasts in art: a tender celebration

Revered, adored, feared – breasts are rarely just another body part in art. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month we take…

‘Photography: Real and Imagined’ Image is a grey walled gallery with one woman looking at four photographs on the back wall and grey plinths under glass showcases in the foreground with more work on them.

New look at photography

Bringing together works from the NGV collection over nearly 140 years, ‘Photography: Real and Imagined’ considers the depth and breadth…


Photo biennale celebrates milestone with the power of people

The 10th Ballarat International Foto Biennale is filled to the brim with works that tell people’s stories and leave a…

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