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Looking at Chiharu Shiota’s art paradoxically offers an uncanny awareness of one’s bodily existence alongside the elusiveness of time. To see Shiota’s latest installation and works at Anna Schwartz Gallery is to be awe-struck.
“It’s not the last word in painting at all”: Like a Wheel That Turns at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) doesn’t focus on what painting is—but what painting can do.
When the recent floods hit Lismore in February, artist Claudie Frock endured a terrifying night. She was lucky to survive after she, her partner and dog were rescued by the SES. Everything Frock knew was engulfed in floods: her home, her studio/gallery and her workplace at Lismore Regional Gallery. Now, amid extreme disaster recovery, we speak to Lismore arts locals about where to next.
With work probing the socio-cultural conditions which define our age, Karla Marchesi’s latest paintings at Jan Manton Gallery are a bright contrast of floral forms, both in tone and colour.
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