“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.
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”.
This Mess We’re In at QUT Art Museum spans three collections of Pat Hoffie’s lengthy career. The thread that runs between them is the unpredictable nature of life and all it contains.
“Everybody has their own sense of truth.” The acclaimed photographer Steve McCurry, particularly known for his iconic photograph of an Afghan girl with green eyes which featured on the cover of National Geographic, has been travelling and documenting the world for over 40 years.