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The international art market in six grabs: from takeovers and profits to fakes - who’d have thought money could be so colourful?
New Zealand's debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with contemporary dance group Black Grace is drawing crowds and rave reviews.
A suite of Dale Frank works, valued at $4 million, were unveiled today by the National Gallery of Australia.
The Australian Ballet joins an international trend thinking beyond the tutu with creative marketing that democratizes the artform.
South African photographer Chris Slabber creates spectacular digital illustrations of faces surfacing from clouds of paint.
The Hollywood actress died of a stroke Tuesday morning US time at her home in New York’s Upper West Side.
New research reveals that greater control of vocal chords is behind the best voices, but are such skills innate or learned?
Which contemporary British artists are the most searched? Banksy or Yoko? How did the YBAs stack up? The results will surprise.
The Fringe has returned to Edinburgh, along with the traditional fanfare of pop-up bars, fireworks, street performers and flyers.
Adored by Stephen Sondheim and Noel Coward, the veteran Broadway star has died aged 89.
Offered by Menzies Art Brands later this month, Brett Whiteley’s painting "paid" as rent to the Hotel Chelsea is up for grabs.
Here's an innovative way for an arts organisation to raise some cash.
Positioned between IKEA and the gallery sector, this app for emerging collectors puts a new spin on online shopping.
Selling for $A57.3 million, Claude Monet’s iconic painting leads the way in a wave of demand for "trophy paintings".
From live performances to a salt-of-the-earth recreation of a supermarket, this year’s Melbourne Art Fair has surprises galore. And this year we're blogging live from the Vernissage!
The Fringe brings thousands of visiting artists to Edinburgh but what impact does this have on artists who call the city home?
The University of Wollongong will house the digital archive of counterculture magazine OZ, continuing the lit legend.
The Oscar-winning comedian and actor has died at his home in Marin County, California.
Exobiotanica, the latest project from Japanese artist Azuma Makoto, recently launched a white pine bonsai and an untitled floral arrangement into outer space.
BrightHearts is a relaxation training app that translates changes in heart rate into a calming interactive art experiences.
Some 39 poems have been attributed to the ill-fated Mary I of Scotland - so why do we know so little about her writings?
Predestination, starring Ethan Hawke, is the Opening Night film at the Melbourne International Film Festival this year.
Mad Max shakes fans to their toes, could reboot entire genre.
Australia's largest street art collectors first had to convince the artists that they were not undercover cops.
Perth International Arts Festival’s Jonathan Holloway gave delegates at the recent APACA conference a frank insight into arts festivals with his controversial comment that they can be seen as 'fundamentally unjustifiable'.
The world is unlikely to hear about your genius if it doesn’t leave your bedroom. But are you using every technique available to get your career on the radar of the powerful?
British designer Kate Moross was in Sydney for Semi-Permanent imparting tips, including why pizza was the greatest creative stimulant.
Why do Australians prefer European garden design, even when they choose modern architecture and interiors?
As the global population ages thanks to higher life expectancy, what are the ramifications for architectural design?
The arts sell more tickets than sport at the world’s biggest sporting events. Just don't tell anyone.
When the consumer can delete at the push of a button royalties are drastically reduced and artistic worth is liquified.
There is much hubris in the community art sector but cultural solutions to social problems should expect failure
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
Leonard Cohen and Helen Reddy are both seniors, modelling the power of the arts to sustain later life.
The theme of an international photographic competition draws on stereotypes, undermining the work of portrait photographers.
It's probably not wise to tell the guy who holds your life in his hands, that he is a patronising old fart but it can be tempting.
Researcher and artist Luis Hernan has captured the invisible body of WiFi on camera. The result is both ghostly and extraordinarily colourful.
British artist Rebecca Louise Law is bringing floral art to the fore with her sublime large-scale installations.
Saturday is the 45th anniversary since the Stonewall Riots launched gay liberation, a good time to look back with pride.
No longer the bailiwick of school fetes, soap art has become serious and even subversive in the hands of Meekyoung Shin.
New York-based couple Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca’s conceptual photography series re-imagine an everyday much less ordinary.
A high-fashion model has left the catwalk behind to turn food into art with his photography.
What happens when GIF files meet street walls? GIF-iti is hand painted animated street art.
The Eighties new wave band are touring prior to the release of new material in 2015.
It's a statement we've all heard; Tino Sehgal gives us his spin on the topic but are audiences getting into the contemporary jive?
A movingly astute and distinctively emotive film on the vagaries of love.
The technically proficient film adaptation of the popular novel falls short of the touching end result expected.
A spoon full of sugar helps Disney’s twee take on its own history go down, but the confection remains easily consumed.
A movie about surfer Wayne Lynch's commitment to live his life on his own terms despite his professional milestones.
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