A celebration of the Tonalist movement of the 1920s and 1930s, including works by Max Meldrum, Clarice Beckett and Justus Jorgenson.
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Working in her Canberra studio, German-born artist Stefanie Schulte listens to music. Many artists do that while working, but Schulte’s listening is different: she sees music as much as she hears it, and that faculty is apparent in her latest suite of paintings, Vivaldi’s Seasons at ANCA.
With a current exhibition at Anna Schwartz Gallery and upcoming performances at the Sydney Opera House, artist Lauren Brincat talks to writer and curator Anador Walsh about curtains, going backstage, David Bowie, and the collaboration process.
Curator Patrice Sharkey has been programming exhibitions about the internet for years, and her latest, Metaverse at ACE Open, invites viewers to stoke some scepticism about the corporations that control our online world.
“I decided that art essentially is a communication, so my basis of my work is conceptual,” says artist Bonita Ely, a pioneer in environmental art in Australia, in this episode of The Long Run, a podcast talking with artists who have 60-year practices.
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