Vimy Lane, Parap Shopping Village Darwin NT 0801
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.
From sustainability to non-living participants to waterways, this year’s 23rd Biennale of Sydney looks at the rights of nature through 89 participants and over 330 artworks. Ahead of the opening this Saturday, we talked to artistic director José Roca and curatorial member Anna Davis, about the ideas and processes behind the Biennale.
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.
Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox.