Exhibition review: SOUL fury, Bendigo Art Gallery
Contemporary female artists challenge stereotypes about Islam in an eclectic range of styles.
Exhibition Review: Language is a River, Monash University Museum of Art
An eclectic showing of artists from here and afar touch on a diversity of themes around language and identity.
Australian photography: changing the lens
As some of Australia’s long-standing photographic institutions bid farewell, others are thriving. This might signal a revolution.
Exhibition Review: Doug Aitken – New Era
'I see the experience of the exhibition as being authored by the viewer', says Doug Aitken, ensuring that IRL immersive…
Landscape photographers reinvented the colonial project in Australia
Colonial Australia was a product of vision and imagery: literally developed through chemicals, glass and light, says Jarrod Hore.
The Photography Masters connecting global creatives
The PSC Masters course is unique in Australia boasting a personalised and highly flexible approach .
Exhibition Review: Tamara Dean, Ngununggula
Ngununggula’s inaugural exhibition turns to the self to navigate trauma and trepidation.
The new resurgence in tablet art
Cheap and accessible, tablet art is trending thanks to lockdowns and COVID.
Australia's newest regional gallery opens
Meaning belonging, Ngununggula is a creative hub long overdue for NSW's Southern Highlands.
Exhibition review: Love in Bright Landscapes, PICA, WA
A multi-artist showcase of differences and commonalities between two seemingly disparate locations.