“It’s a call for the celebration of the multiplicity of perspectives, and the gathering of different viewpoints.” Ahead of the Biennale’s opening this weekend, we talk with long-time collaborators Cosmin Costinaș and Inti Guerrero about how this year’s Biennale is one of celebration, not fatalism.
From revelling in biography to what artists wear to creative workshops, Jane O’Sullivan writes on a new artistic retreat, revealing the joys of learning directly from artists.
In our special interview with the one-and-only Marina Abramović, ahead of her curatorial project at Adelaide Festival, she talks on almost 60 years of performance art, wanting a one-way ticket into space, and answers a question about her most famous performance that no-one has asked before.
By mere virtue of using social media, artists unavoidably project a ‘personal brand’—but, asks Sophia Cai, what ethics are at play when artists become active influencers for businesses, products or political positions?
Nadine Christensen’s survey exhibition at Buxton Contemporary spans more than two decades of her practice, bringing together 80 works that explore the quotidian with substantial depth and humour.
Archie Moore has revealed a deep dive into his family’s history for his holographic map of identity, kith and kin, as Australia’s entry in the 2024 Venice Biennale.