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Izzy Faith V. Image is a 3D illustration of a demon woman with pink wings and antennas and an abundance of green hair. She is sticking her tongue out.
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Exhibition review: Demonised: Izzy Faith V, Honey Bones Gallery

Melbourne artist combines cultures, technology and media to create an exhibition of high-quality, demonic pop art.

Laure Prouvost, ‘Gathering Ho Ma, The glaneuse’, 2023, installation view at ACCA. Photo: ArtsHub. An installation of many components include a makeshift camp with red dirt and branches, seats, a hanging lightbulb shaped like a breast.
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Exhibition review: Laure Prouvost: Oui Move In You, ACCA

Layers of storytelling and humour that leave viewers wanting more.

black and white sculpture made from ceramics and twine. Danish Quapoor.
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Exhibition review: good grief, Danish Quapoor, Pinnacles Gallery

Ambitious and confident, Danish Quapoor's cohesive exhibition was four years in the making.

Nani Puspasari. Image is a ceramic of an orange creature with a facemask like appearance, little legs and arms.
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Exhibition review: Nani Puspasari, Manningham Art Gallery

Chinese-Indonesian artist Nani Puspasari weaves a vibrant universe between childhood and adulthood.

exhibition of ceramic teapots. Bruce Nuske
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Exhibition review: Bruce Nuske, Samstag Museum of Art

Maximalist ceramicist Bruce Nuske and minimalist designer Khai Liew are an unlikely pair, but their collaboration overwhelms with a sense…

Orange glazed ceramic sculpture in orange painted gallery. Mai Nguyen Long
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Exhibition review: Mai Nguyễn-Long, Kôgábịnô, Wollongong Art Gallery

Claiming agency over lost identity and language, Mai Nguyễn-Long delivers a cohesive and confident exhibition of ceramic sculptures.

Titanic. Image is of a replica grand staircase from the ill-fated Titanic passenger ship, on display at Melbourne Museum.
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Exhibition review: Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition, Melbourne Museum

An easy one-hour amble through a well-trodden historical event with less focus on the Titanic’s artefacts than the exhibition title…

'ARA DOLATIAN: Heavenly Bodies' installation view at James Makin Gallery. Photo: Ivana Smiljanic. Three small sculptures on plinths inside a white gallery space. Each sculpture is gold and blue with towering shapes.
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Exhibition review: Heavenly Bodies, James Makin Gallery

The ceramicist turns our attention to the vibrancy of ancient artefacts and repositions them in our contemporary context.

Rearranged: Art of the Flower. Image is a woman in a red headscarf looking at a large colourful painting of flowers on a gallery wall.
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Exhibition review: Rearranged: Art of the Flower, Museum of Brisbane

An exhibition that opens up a world of natural beauty in our own backyard.

Ernabella Arts. Warka Wiru. Image is a gallery space with a corrugated snake like plinth on a polished wooden floor bearing a wide selection of diverse ceramics.
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Exhibition review: Ernabella Arts: Ceramic Warka Wiru 20 Years-kutu, JamFactory

A celebration of 20 years of ceramic artwork at Ernabella Arts Centre.

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