Melbourne-based artist Peter Hennessey’s practice owes much to his architectural acumen.
The New Look, as US Harper’s Bazaar dubbed Christian Dior’s debut collection in 1947, remains one of the most instantly identifiable fashion moments to this day.
For the 12th Ballarat International Foto Biennale artistic director Fiona Sweet has brought almost 90 of David LaChapelle’s works to Australia as the centrepiece of the 2017 program.
For Fender Katsalidis, personality goes a long way. Here they sketch out the stories behind their made-for-art buildings.
Victorian photography student Elli Bardas has won the inaugural Ballarat International Foto Biennale Martin Kantor Portrait Prize for a black and white photograph of her aunt Vicki Vodor.
The ongoing importance of self-publishing (whether as an artistic pursuit, personal expression or community-building) is being explored in Self-made: zines and artist books at the State Library of Victoria.
Anna Dunnill sat down with festival co-directors Claire McArdle and Chloë Powell to talk about Radiant Pavilion.
Congratulations to Yarra Valley-based artist David Ray who has won the $10,000 biennial Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award.
The Revealing Image displays a collection of Magritte’s personal, and largely unseen, photographs and films.
“From cave paintings to now, people have always wanted to make pictures of people.”
Art school affords future creators the time and space to experiment, understand and refine their craft. Grounded: Contemporary Australian Art at the National Art School Gallery harks back to these formative years.
“These aesthetic choices are my history. My culture is pop culture. My background is TV, not religion or spirituality. I can only speak of my own life: I’m trying to make sense of it all, like everyone.” —Darren Sylvester
God this is tedious, my wife observed, and I had to agree – what is with Australia’s obsession with art? Everywhere you look in the media it’s art, art, art.
Brook Andrew has announced the first 33 artists, creatives and collectives who will participate in the next BOS, many of whom are First Nations artists.
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