Nature holds an immeasurable bounty of beautiful forms. If you were to put the tiniest fraction side by side, it would be the most dazzling collection in the world. Art does just that: selects and assembles.
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Through mythology and folklore, Julia Robinson’s sculptures reflect and question our history and present.
From alleviating anxiety to getting fit at home, our current moment has been a time of seeking wisdom. The advice from artists at Cement Fondu? Don’t let yourself go.
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA), which re-opened to the public on 2 June, has announced new dates for the major international exhibition, Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London.
This week for ‘Your weekly online art list’ our online editor Tracey Clement recommends online art highlights including QAGOMA’s Reconciliation Week collation of Indigenous stories, Jumaadi’s Together in Art Kids program with the AGNSW, Catherine Bell’s silent film The Artists, Craft Victoria’s virtual exhibition The Meaning of Things, and much more.
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