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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’.
With an eye for capturing the colonial holds of history while communicating her profound spiritual connection to Country, in My Place – Before Marlene Gilson paints the history of her home.
LGBTQI+ people flash their tats and tell their tales in SKIN DEEP at the National Art School Cell Block Theatre.
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