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Exhibition review: Adelaide Biennial: Inner Sanctum, AGSA

Forcing a rethink of how we view exhibitions, José Da Silva's Adelaide Biennial plays off our 'Inner Sanctum'.

Artist Sayoko Suwabe in a small blue paddling pool scraping off the paint on one of her portraits. Uncertain Contours of Images. Sayoko Suwabe.
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Exhibition review: Uncertain Contours of Images: Sayoko Suwabe, SOL Gallery

Japanese artist Sayoko Suwabe mixes paint with performance art.

Abstract painting in reds and yellow and green. Lesley Dumbrell.
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Talking about winter blockbusters already…

The Art Gallery of NSW has announced its major exhibition program for 2024, including incredible Art Nouveau works from Alphonse…

Add-on. Gallery space with blue walls and carpet and colourful abstract artworks. Desmond Lazaro.
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Role of the add-on exhibition

Within today’s museum environment some exhibitions are not entirely ‘PC’ (politically correct). We look at the role of the ‘add-on’…

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…

LISA GORMAN + MIRKA MORA, installation view at Warrnambool Art Gallery. Photo: Supplied. An exhibition space partitioned with orange, dark turquoise and pink sheer curtains. In front of the curtains hang embroideries by Mirka Mora and clothing by Gorman x Mirka.
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Exhibition review: LISA GORMAN + MIRKA MORA: To breathe with the rhythm of the heart, Warrnambool Art Gallery

A lyrical and symbiotic pairing of fashion design, sculptural installations, painting, embroideries and more by two Australian icons.

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.
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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…

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New Indigenous gallery opens with repatriated William Barak works

State Library Victoria's new Indigenous gallery is designed to support the voices and stories of Indigenous Victorians and connect visitors…

Ian Gentle. people looking at sculpture in art gallery
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Exhibition review: Ian Gentle and The Gentle Project

A new retrospective of an iconic Australian artist, often understood, inspires a next generation.

Tacita Dean. film still of a circle of red light that radiates outwards.
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Exhibition review: Tacita Dean, MCA, Sydney

The celebrated artist forces us to slow down, and hones our eye to appreciate the everyday, in her stunning new…

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