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Artist David Noo­nan weaves ambi­gu­i­ty into his lat­est tapestries

Two pho­tographs sit above the desk in the Lon­don stu­dio where Aus­tralian artist David […]

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Major pub­lic art­work to light up Gee­long Per­form­ing Arts Centre

Gee­long Per­form­ing Arts Centre’s new Ryrie Street build­ing will be bathed in ever-chang­ing coloured […]

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Shaun Glad­well review: video-artist pio­neer per­forms vir­tu­al hang five

A surfer hangs upside down on his board, beneath the waves. Pro­tag­o­nist and image […]

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Emi­ly Floyd, Open Space’

Fol­low­ing an inter­na­tion­al com­pe­ti­tion, Aus­tralian artist Emi­ly Floyd has been award­ed a major sculp­tur­al installation […]

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Daniel von Sturmer

The two cur­rent exhi­bi­tions from Mel­bourne-based Daniel von Sturmer at Anna Schwartz Gallery are […]

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Angela de la Cruz: Home­less’

From Octo­ber 25, 2018 to Jan­u­ary 20, 2019 Azku­na Zen­troa presents the exhi­bi­tion​‘Home­less’ […]

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A shift­ing of the senses

When Mike Parr was buried in a steel box under­neath a busy Hobart street for three […]

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French artist Daniel Buren brings Like Child’s Play’ to Carriageworks

French artist Daniel Buren brings​‘Like Child’s Play’ to Car­riage­works Like Child’s Play is […]

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Com­mon thread: Chi­haru Shiota’s instal­la­tion art exam­ines life’s big ques­tions. As such, she’s not expect­ing any answers soon.

Call­ing artists​“inter­na­tion­al” in our glob­alised art world has become a mar­ket­ing cliché, but Chiharu […]

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Buried alive: Per­for­mance artist Mike Parr begins 72-hour entombment

For a man about to be buried alive, Mike Parr made lit­tle fuss. To the […]

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Aus­tralia Artist Is Buried Alive to Sym­bol­ize His­toric Cover-Up

HOBART, Aus­tralia — The Aus­tralian per­for­mance artist Mike Parr walked through a cheer­ing crowd on […]

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Buried alive, under a road

When artist Kaz­imir Male­vich died in 1935, his cre­mat­ed remains­ were placed in a box […]

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Jan Nel­son: Black Riv­er Running

Jan Nel­son’s ten paint­ings of life-size fig­ures hang sparse­ly in the gallery. Stripes of […]

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High Street (After Ruscha) rumi­nates on mem­o­ry, com­mu­ni­ty and culture

Daniel Crooks’ High Street (After Ruscha) is eas­i­ly described yet by no means simple […]

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Hard Feel­ings’ at the Hon­ey­moon Suite

When The Hon­ey­moon Suite opened in 2016, it was with Rose Coloured Glass, an […]

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Can­dice Bre­itz: The Medi­um is the Message

For the acclaimed South African artist Can­dice Bre­itz, truth lives in the places where […]

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Stieg with It

As he worked with cura­tors to set the para­me­ters for his new sur­vey exhibition […]

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Stieg Pers­son Poly­phon­ic at The Ian Pot­ter Muse­um of Art

This exhi­bi­tion, cur­rent­ly show­ing at the Ian Pot­ter Gallery, is tes­ta­ment to an artist […]

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In the Gal­leries: Five Shows to See in May

Black Riv­er Run­ning by Jan Nel­son Jan Nel­son grew up in the cul­tur­al tumult […]

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Per­fect Illusion

When peo­ple look at my work they think they’re so real, they’re por­traits of […]

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Ques­tion­ing taste and privilege

Stieg Pers­son reflects on his chang­ing approach­es in this mid-career sur­vey of his work. In […]

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Art that’s on song

Oliv­er Beer non­cha­lant­ly leans into the cor­ner of the art gallery and sings. Adjusting […]

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Botan­i­ca: view art as nature intended

Bris­bane City Coun­cil has pro­duced a show­case of con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian art in Brisbane’s City Botanic […]

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In The Finan­cial Times, 24 March 2018: Syd­ney har­bours a trea­sury of art’

[Excerpt] The 21st Syd­ney Bien­nale […] brings togeth­er 70 artists from 35 coun­tries in […]

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