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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.

sculpture installation in gallery with tables and lights and termite mounds. Nicholas Mangan.
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Exhibition review: Nicholas Mangan: A World Undone, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

A thought-provoking exhibition by Nicholas Mangan that makes us question our relationship with the natural world – and at what…

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.

Image is a large gallery space with a circular wall covered with a huge projection of parrots in their natural environment. On the floor in front of it are three small figures in silhouette.
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Exhibition review: BBC Earth Experience, Melbourne Convention Centre

An impressive blend of entertainment, education and environmental awareness.

Exhibition view of hanging organic paper paintings. Neoterica
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Exhibition review: Neoterica, Adelaide Festival

20 artists and 20 writers commissioned in a celebration of South Australian contemporary art.

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Exhibition review: Ten Thousand Suns, 24th Biennale of Sydney

An exhibition shaped by global connections and new learnings – a refreshing edition of the Biennale of Sydney.

Penelope Cain, 'Ice-told stories of lead and rope' opening at POP. Image (cropped): Courtesy of the artist. Amundsen source material courtesy of the National Library of Australia. An artwork with two separate images spread across four panels. On the top is an archival image of a group of four explorers in a snowy environment looking at a small tent with flats on it. On the bottom is a photo of a silver rock.
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POP exhibitions tapping into the zeitgeist

Two artists explore our world pre-climate disaster, and history that lends insight to past and future.

Woman in black dress sweeping up sand artwork in old building
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Exhibition review: Dana Awartani, Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide

An undoubted highlight of the Adelaide Festival visual arts program, this exhibition explores creation and erasure.

Candice Lin, ‘Lithium Sex Demons in the Factory’, 2023. Photo: Izzy Leung. A spaced washed in red lights with large-scale oval vessels standing on rustic platforms. It appears to be underground, with a foreboding ambience. To be shown at MUMA.
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MUMA 2024 exhibition calendar announced

Up next at MUMA: a powerhouse designer, entangled histories, performative exhibition and collective networks.

Installation view, 'Dawn Ng: Avalanche', Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2024. Image: Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf. Photo: Carl Warner. A video still against a black background that depicts a ice block coloured in different shades and melting.
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Exhibition review: Dawn Ng: Avalanche, Institute of Modern Art

A single-channel video that can evoke different emotions and interpretations.

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