With over 60 booths presenting, this year’s Melbourne Art Fair doesn’t centre glitz or glam, but glimpses into sci-fi, realism, vibrant colour and Indigenous connections to land. Our editors have rounded up their top picks.
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.
With a current survey exhibition at Rockhampton Museum of Art chronicling 23 years of painting and photography, Julie Fragar talks about creative influences and what it’s like to observe a Supreme Court murder trial.
Tamara Bekier uses paint to give a voice to the silencing and trauma she experienced as a refugee during World War II. At 92 years of age, her exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat is a survey of her life’s work.
An exhibition at David Roche Foundation pays tribute to Staffordshire-born Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795) and his eponymous pottery company, featuring rare, valuable and ornate pieces, as well as “grandma’s good china”.
The first Torres Strait Islander artist to show in the National Gallery of Australia’s sculpture garden, Janet Fieldhouse gifts us her deep affinity for sculpture.