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Through mythology and folklore, Julia Robinson’s sculptures reflect and question our history and present.
From alleviating anxiety to getting fit at home, our current moment has been a time of seeking wisdom. The advice from artists at Cement Fondu? Don’t let yourself go.
In the first of Art Guide’s new series on artists cooking, Jane O’Sullivan spoke to Tai Snaith, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, and James Tylor about their edible creations and asked them to share some of their favourite recipes.
This week for ‘Your weekly online art list’ our print editor Anna Dunnill recommends online art highlights including Always was, always will be, a ‘pocket exhibition’ on the Art Gallery of New South Wales website, Kolour Me Kweer: a glittering celebration of diversity at Blacktown Arts, a conversation between Yhonnie Scarce and the National Gallery of Victoria’s curator of Indigenous art, new works by Yukultji Napangati at Utopia Arts, and much more.
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