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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’.
In the third and final episode of our FEM-aFFINITY podcast, feminist critic and art historian Anne Marsh explains the idea of doing feminism in Australian contemporary art, from the 1970s to now.
From riots and rations to the story of Aboriginal baking, this group exhibition explores how history has been shaped by the humble loaf.
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