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The temporal landscape on which this work is presented is a shifting one, one that speaks not only of the past and the future, but also of the here and now.
Sansom’s continued fascination with pushing the boundaries of gender norms have their roots in some of his earliest work.
As the dialogue around contemporary textile art expands, a new work by Turner Prize recipient, Keith Tyson, is cut from the Australian Tapestry Workshop loom.
Beyond the brand, beyond the dots – we review GOMA’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition and dig deep into the factors that have shaped her 70-year career.
90,000 tickets sold out within hours to The Broad’s LA Kusama exhibition, while Queensland’s GOMA delivers its show free and without timed visits.
The first of his Dark States series is Heroin Town, in which Louis visits Huntington, West Virginia, a place where statistics state one in four people are addicted to opiates.
From colonial statues and monuments for healing to heavy metal abstractions, a discussion at the Sydney Sculpture Conference questioned public art's role.
118 paintings by Sidney Nolan will go under the hammer this month in a unique release of works for sale by the Australian legend.
By speaking to our emotions, art can inspire ideas for alternate means of living in ways that science cannot.
Strategies for disarming sexism for people working in the arts and cultural sector.
A project described as innovative and ambitious, and giving voice to invisible realms and phenomena, will represent New Zealand in 2019.
With this week's centenary of The Battle of Beersheba, we look at three exhibitions that explore its other less told story.
Young people will no longer be excluded from enjoying live performance thanks to discounted tickets offered through a new web portal.
Within a matter of months, two major research studies have been released on cultural participation. How different are they, and is Australia ahead of the States?
Fine playing from a veteran HIP ensemble led by the exuberant British queen of the Baroque violin.
The arts can be difficult to navigate at the best of times, but what if your particular challenges are invisible? Here's how the sector can pay attention, remove the stigma and better support individuals.
A regional gallery director’s curatorial indulgence opens the door on a national debate, and catches the eye of the Classification Board.
If the well-used adage that a picture speaks a thousand words is true, what is the current focus on Indigenous Photography saying?
Back to Back Theatre's Alice Nash on the ingredients needed to make great work, and the value of such work for a civil society.
Sometimes the music surrounding death tells us as much about the mourners as it does about the dead.
If #MeToo has taught us anything, it’s that telling better women’s stories hasn’t really changed the lived experience of women, because it hasn’t really changed men.
With the recent release of two feature films about Australian artists, we take a look at the hidden agendas and the broader context.
In times of challenge, organisations in different sectors can teach the arts valuable lessons about streamlining and sticking with what we're good at.
A world in which dealers would take a 70% commission on an artist's work is a world beholden to the false images of marketing.
Independent artists need independent producers; they also need to reconsider some of the negative stereotypes they have about the producer's role.
This week the first ever awards to celebrate the rural touring sector in the UK will take place in Nottingham.
A new wave of survey exhibitions indicates renewed interest in looking back over artists' careers. Australian curators discuss this trend.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
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Making a splash, these contemporary artists challenge the gallery’s white cube and create a conservator’s nightmare, but people love to soak up the experience.
From elegant minimalism to quirky fantasy worlds, the ancient medium of glass is continually reinventing itself.
VIDEO: 10 witty and wise pieces of advice from comedian and musician Tim Minchin. The first video in our new occasional series.
Street artist Banksy is the focus of an unauthorised exhibition in Melbourne this summer, complete with food trucks and cocktails.
In ArtsHub's Inspire60 video series, we distill the passion that drives the arts down to 60 seconds of inspiration. Catch-up here with a 15 minute power boost or bookmark it for on-tap motivation.
Not a diamond in sight, but this contemporary jewellery will make you drool over pieces made of gardening equipment, velcro or paper.
To mark the opening of the Olympics, we walk through some of the most important artworks celebrating sport.
Dripping paint on the walls of the MCA this week is a symptom of the profile of light festivals. But there's more to light art than projections.
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