A photographic glimpse of South American indigenous peoples in their native homes sharing with the world the roots of their culture, tradition and land that continues to persevere in the modern world.
27-37 Davey Street, Frankston VIC, Australia
Richard Bell’s art is a call for social justice that’s equally serious, poetic and darkly humorous. Here, the renowned Indigenous artist tells us the personal and compelling stories behind five of his artworks.
With the first participants announced, the 23rd Biennale of Sydney is centred on rīvus, a Latin word which can be translated as ‘stream’.
Famous for his slow-motion videos of skateboards, motorbikes, surf boards and BMXs, Shaun Gladwell’s newest art delves into something we’re all familiar with: domesticity and personal exercise.
Energetic, famously outspoken and determined, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor transformed the MCA, allowing free access for all — and for most of her 20 years as director, she was the only female head of a major Australian art museum.
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