Holly Greaves, Kirsty Riddle, Indy Blackmore and Richard Langley.
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Chloé, the French nude by Jules Joseph Lefebvre, is an Australian cultural icon.
The son of Italian migrants, Steve Lopes explores how cultural and psychological identity can evolve and expand in an Australian environment, with its “intensity of colour and light”, as he puts it. His latest show is at Orange Regional Gallery.
“And being on Country has given me permission to speak loudly,” says artist Leanne Tobin, “to tell the truth about what has happened to the Dharug, to my family, and also to make work about the shared need to care for Country.” We visited the artist in her studio ahead of her current showing at Biennale of Sydney.
For three decades Marco Fusinato has worked across his noise guitar performances, installations, and appropriated musical scores. Interrogating moments of extremity, whether political or musical, Fusinato is now representing Australia in the 2022 Venice Biennale — which you can stream live. Here, he talks about punk, noise and music, and moments of radicalism.
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