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A canvas painting of gradations of different shades of blue.
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Exhibition review: Paula Irene Payne, Logan Art Gallery

In her collage approach to depicting wetlands and tidal zones, Paula Irene Payne pays homage to Brett Whiteley.

emerging artist award 2024 finalists' exhibition at fortyfivedownstaris, Melbourne. Paintings, sculptures and installations inside a spacious gallery with white walls and dark wooden floor.
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Exhibition review: Emerging Artist Award 2024, fortyfivedownstairs

Topical and engaging, the Emerging Artist Award showcases early-career talent regardless of age.

paintings in gallery space. Clara Adolphs
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Exhibition review: Together Again: Clara Adolphs, Ngununggula

An ambitious exhibition that explores the human condition through painted found images.

Black twisted wave like sculpture suspended from ceiling in gallery setting. Lucy Irvine.
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Exhibition review: Materiality...but not as we know it, CMAG

Thought-provoking exhibition looks at materiality and function.

'Duty of Care' installation view at IMA. Featuring three industrial sized tubs filled with an aqua liquid and a yellow and red poster diagonally behind the tubs.
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Exhibition review: Duty of Care – Part One, IMA

Bold works critically examine the ugly side of care and, perhaps, the possibility of redemption.

‘Built Photography’ installation view at MAPh, featuring a print hanging from a scaffold on the right hand side, printed photographic images leaning against a wall and fabric printed pieces on the ground.
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Exhibition review: Built Photography, MAPh

An exhibition challenging the spatial and conceptual 'flatness' of photography.

Gallery with cement floors and colour landscape paintings. Arthur Boyd.
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Exhibition review: Wilder Times, Bundanon

What were you doing in 1984? This exhibition positions Arthur Boyd's iconic landscapes alongside other artists of the day.

Gallery with grey walls displaying bright tropical paintings by Gauguin.
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Exhibition review: Gauguin's World, National Gallery of Australia

Gauguin may have lived abroad, but did he ever really leave Paris? This exhibition explains.

Various ceramic pots of different colours and shapes are sitting on tables.
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Exhibition review: Clay on Country: Ceramics from the Central Desert, Logan Art Gallery

An exhibition that reveals a remarkable richness of natural and cultural resources in the Central Desert Region is making an…

Two people looking at colourful abstract paintings in gallery. Crowley Balson.
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Exhibition review: Grace Crowley & Ralph Balson, NGV Australia

NGV Australia walks us through the history of Australian abstraction through the paintings of Grace Crowley and Ralph Balson.

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