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Hamilton Gallery Director Joshua White next to 'Lucretia' by Artemisia Gentileschi, installation view in Emerging From Darkness: Faith, Emotion and The Body in the Baroque at Hamilton Gallery. Photo: Madi Whyte. A figure with short brown hair, glasses and brown beard wearing a collared shirt and blazer stands next to a large painting depicting a women, half nude, sitting at the edge of her bed and gazing up.

Regional exclusive Baroque exhibition signals vision, drive and potential

Hamilton Gallery’s world-class Baroque exhibition, 'Emerging From Darkness', reveals much about the vision and ambition of regional cultural tourism with…


Towards continuum: behind the hardware of digital art

Understanding the self and the future in digital art through artists from the Asian Australian diaspora in collaboration with Sugar…

NGV Triennial. Image is huge collaborative sandy coloured weaving works handing from a gallery ceiling.

Exhibition review: NGV Triennial 2023

From robotics to textiles to sensational immersive video, the NGV Triennial offers a picture of making now, and an eye…


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…


Artists highlight the heightening issue of homelessness among women

Artists bring home the plight of older Australian women amid the housing crisis.

New Mineral Collective - Pleasure Prospects. Photo courtesy of the artists

Highlighting the crucial role the oceans play in our belonging

How the UQ Arts Museum is helping us to appreciate the issues surrounding the health and sustainability of our oceans.

Teal coloured promotional sign with word MÌNH in bold capital letters, in front of trees.

Complicating Vietnamese diaspora stories for the better

A look into how the ‘MÌNH’ exhibition challenges notions of a monolithic Vietnamese identity through art and writing.

Salamander, Brisbane Festival. Image: Damien Bredburg

Commitment to community at the Brisbane Festival

Celebrating home-grown talent, the Festival also includes significant international collaborations.

Sydney Opera House sails illuminated for Vivid Sydney

Who gets to light up Sydney Opera House sails?

In a fitting tribute, John Olsen’s artworks will grace Sydney Opera House for Vivid Sydney, on the building’s 50th anniversary.…

Clay: Collected Ceramics Works by Kenji Uranishi and Steph Woods Photo Claudia Baxter

Museum of Brisbane celebrates 60 years of clay-making

Brisbane Art Design 2023 showcases an exhibition of curated contemporary ceramics.

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