The adventures of Ovum and Spermatozoa as they travel through time and space
The tremendous activity of a boy sitting still
With over 60 booths presenting, this year’s Melbourne Art Fair doesn’t centre glitz or glam, but glimpses into sci-fi, realism, vibrant colour and Indigenous connections to land. Our editors have rounded up their top picks.
Nadine Christensen’s survey exhibition at Buxton Contemporary spans more than two decades of her practice, bringing together 80 works that explore the quotidian with substantial depth and humour.
With a current survey exhibition at Rockhampton Museum of Art chronicling 23 years of painting and photography, Julie Fragar talks about creative influences and what it’s like to observe a Supreme Court murder trial.
Archie Moore has revealed a deep dive into his family’s history for his holographic map of identity, kith and kin, as Australia’s entry in the 2024 Venice Biennale.
Jessica Bradford and Louise Zhang collaborate in a playful exhibition at Wagga Art Gallery that explores multicultural identities and reflects on Chinese hell.
Now showing at Sullivan+Strumpf Melbourne, the second solo exhibition from Dhopiya Yuŋupingu draws on the shared histories between the Yolŋu and the Macassans.