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View of Gay Hawkes exhibition at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery 2022.
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Exhibition review: Gay Hawkes, TMAG

In her first public gallery exhibition at 80, Gay Hawkes demonstrates resilience to keep making art post bushfire tragedy.

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Book review: If We Were Villains, ML Rio

A slow-burning, Shakespeare-drenched, dark academia mystery.

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Exhibition Review: John Olsen Goya's Dog, Ngununggula

A fresh take on touring iconic artist John Olsen, adding regional connections

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Opera review: The Phantom of the Opera

Delivering steroid-size spectacular wow and performances to match, this year's Handa Opera on the Harbour hits the highs.

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Exhibition review: Blanche Tilden, Ripple Effect

This exhibition reinstates jewellery as a living artform, riding out a dance between the hand-made and the machine-made.

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Theatre review: North by Northwest, Sydney Lyric Theatre

Based on the Hitchcock film, this seamless production really wants you to enjoy yourself.

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Did the Biennale of Sydney 2022 deliver?

A biennale that breaks the model and questions its viable future.

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Exhibition Review: Isaac Julien and Helen Fuller, Samstag Museum of Art

A local ceramicist in tandem with an international UK video installation artist in standalone exhibitions.

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Opera Review: La Juive, Opera Australia

There are few entry points for new audiences to this opera, which is unfortunately bleak for our times.

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An exhibition that restores artists' agency in contested times

The 2022 Adelaide Biennial is a milestone exhibition that will remain in our collective conscious for a long time.

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