A new sculpture exhibition considers how our experience of space is psychological, cultural and surreal.
Thompson, who got her start at the Aboriginal owned and operated art centre Ernabella Arts in the APY Lands, is an artist who effortlessly works across multiple mediums including painting, printmaking, wood carving, ceramics and fibre-based works.
Symbiosis, the inaugural Bankstown Biennale, has appropriately been assembled by two curators working in tandem, Vandana Ram and Heidi Axelsen, who have brought together the work of 20 Australian artists and writers.
Opening up 50 years of contemporary art at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
Barbara Cleveland is a mythic persona reclaimed from 1970s Australian art history. A new retrospective explores her ‘forgotten’ life and practice—which is to say, the forgotten practices of non-male creatives at large.
Hosted by Shepparton Art Museum (SAM), Sarah crowEST’s newest piece Sound Seen is currently online.
Curated by the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, the Mass Isolation project asks viewers in Australia, and most pertinently, at least right now, in Melbourne, to share their photographs of self-isolation with the tags #massisolation and #massisolationAUS.
Sydney Contemporary, in the absence of a physical version of the annual international art fair, is embracing digital possibilities with gusto with a new initiative, Sydney Contemporary Presents 2020, which is open online from 1-31 October.
Ann Debono’s layered paintings ask how time is experienced through historical artefacts and sites.
Playful and introspective, portraits from the Northern Beaches reveal a diverse artistic community.
Gangguan Tenggara – Edisi Indonesia is the fourth and final in Bega Valley Regional Gallery’s South/East Interference exhibition series.