A comprehensive new survey at the National Gallery of Australia pays tribute to Emily Kam Kngwarray and the Country she loved.
From crones to witches to grandmothers, the feminine monstrosity offered by fairy tales is an antidote to our current, unsatisfying forms of female transgression—as a new exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art reveals.
Kirtika Kain’s Western Sydney apartment on Dharug Country is crowded with boxes of materials and new canvases. She came back from a residency in Italy in late 2022 and since then she’s been living alongside her work, preparing for her solo exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 and for the Biennale of Sydney next year. The cohabitation has been intense and sometimes messy, but Kain says studio life is teaching her new confidence.
Nick Modrzewski combines his art practice with a similarly intense career in the law. His new paintings at COMA gallery explore the way human bodies fit (or don’t) within the institutional structures that guide our societies.
From the dark matter that holds the universe together to the smallest of seeds, Sundari Carmody’s art connects the cosmos with the intimate, as a new exhibition at GAGPROJECTS shows.
UQ Art Museum explores the complexities of love, rage, grief, and healing in Mare Amoris | Sea of Love, a collective curatorial vision of art from across the Pacific Ocean.