The exhibition aims to showcase outsiders and provocateurs in Australian contemporary art.
The Afghan-American artist and filmmaker acknowledged she was feeling 'pretty burned out' but still suggested a number of concrete steps people can take to make a difference.
This year, Melbourne's Spring1883 art fair returns with an online programme featuring 29 galleries from Australia and New Zealand.
Pandemic misery finds company in artworks responding to the Fukushima disaster, the Christchurch earthquake, and other calamities stretching back 3.2 billion years.
Aboriginal Australian artist Richard Bell reflects on his largest solo exhibition yet, showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
The National 2021: New Australian Art makes inroads in addressing representation, equality, and understanding.
Artists tasked with creating original work include hot names such as John Akomfrah, Kerry James Marshall, Steve McQueen, and Carrie Mae Weems.
The South Australian sculptor won AU $100,000 for her work 'Edges of Excess'.
Caroline Rothwell investigates the relationships between humanity, the botanical, and the industrial.
Ocula's editors select their picks from OVR: Pioneers, Art Basel's online platform featuring artists who have forged new trajectories in art.
During the Auckland Art Fair, a host of intriguing exhibitions are being mounted around the city.
The new hot air balloon sculpture is a companion to Skywhale (2013), the ten-breasted female of the species launched for Canberra's centenary.
Published in partnership with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Brook Andrew reflects on his trajectory as an artist.
Isaac Julien's nine-screen homage to modernist architect Lina Bo Bardi is 'a rich saturation of audio-visual echoes and projections'.
The list remains overwhelmingly dominated by people, institutions and movements in the Western world.
Curators Elspeth Pitt and Jessi England talk about the National Gallery of Australia's Know My Name initiative.
Ocula Magazine's editors present their picks from Sydney Contemporary Presents 2020.
Namatjira is the first Aboriginal Australian to win the prize in its 99-year history.
With the physical fair rescheduled for February next year, organisers have partnered with Ocula to offer an alternative online.
[Renee So]'s first institutional solo exhibition in Europe, Bellarmines and Bootlegs (8 March–2 June 2019) at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, centres on a long-standing motif in her work: th
The highly anticipated seventh edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong brought together 242 leading galleries, presenting a unique overview of the diverse art scenes across Asia and beyond.
'We are kind of a mixture of every influence,' summarises Anita Huang, the curator of [Taipei]'s [Museum of Contemporary Art], in relation to Taiwan's art scene. The island nation, which became
Curated by Anita Dube, the 4th Kochi-Muziris Biennale: Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life (12 December 2018–29 March 2019) 'places access at its core', writes Natalie King.
At 53, Belgian artist [Wim Delvoye] continues to employ the shock factor with abandon. Moving between the sacred and the profane, inflections of gothic drama and high technology imbue the artist's