This year, Melbourne's Spring1883 art fair returns with an online programme featuring 29 galleries from Australia and New Zealand.
Aboriginal Australian artist Richard Bell reflects on his largest solo exhibition yet, showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Yhonnie Scarce reflects on the themes running through her solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Missile Park.
The South Australian sculptor won AU $100,000 for her work 'Edges of Excess'.
With 49 works presented in all four galleries of the museum by 25 artists, the core theme of this year's TarraWarra Biennial is slowness.
Namatjira is the first Aboriginal Australian to win the prize in its 99-year history.
Connect with Melbourne via nine online programmes ahead of Melbourne Art Fair's Online Viewing Rooms.
At [Galerie du Monde], [Hong Kong], the centrepiece of [Juan Ford]'s recent solo exhibition [Blank] (15 March–20 April 2019) was Recollector (2018), a hyper-realistic portrait of a solo
[Vincent Namatjira] relishes painting famous people who are humorously redeployed across vivid canvases and depicted in his community in remote Indulkana in South Australia. His powerful paintings
Over 80 galleries participated in the fair's fourth edition—its second annual staging, following the fair's decision to up the ante after initially launching the event biannually in 2013.
'With a thriving contemporary art scene, Sydney is a dynamic cultural destination with an international reputation for presenting the very best in visual art through its leading commercial galleries,
Held at the Southbank Arts Precinct, Melbourne Art Week returns with fanfare and slight trepidation between 30 July and 5 August 2018.
Hong Kong is set to become more than just a trading post for art defined by its international art fair, as a city with its own voice on the international art stage.
Chris Bond is well known for his exquisite paintings that look like books. Playing with concepts of authenticity and identity
It's not a journal curating an exhibition; rather it's a collaboration between an exhibition and a journal at a metaphorical level.
The camera is usually picked up late in the process. Formulating and finessing the idea may take months, then the camera is the tool I use to capture that vision.
Bold, painterly and conceptually rich, Vincent Namatjira's work has gained significant recognition in Australia and abroad. In 2015, his work was curated into the 10 th Mildura Palimpses
Having held the dual role of co-directors of Brisbane’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA) for almost two years, Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh have shaken up the city’s contemporary art land
On the 120th anniversary of its inaugural exhibition in 1895, Nigerian-born curator, Okwui Enwezor, has this year directed the 56th iteration of the Venice Biennale. Titled All The Worl
Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens MPavilion Until 31 January 2015 Nestled in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens and sponsored by the Naomi Milgrom
" Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will." George Bernard Shaw In 1879, a French postman named Ferdinand Cheval began building an esoteric homage to the beauty of sandstone. On one of his postal rounds, Cheval came across small pieces of...
Dianne Tanzer established her gallery, Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects in Melbourne, Australia in 1990