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Urban decay is delightful in its own way, with the old shells of buildings communicating stories long gone.
An impressive cast sees this latest from James Ponsoldt convey the optimism of the spectacular and the uncertainty of now.
Mad about 20th century Design? Shapiro’s Sydney auction is perfectly timed for that unique gift for the holiday season.
Loneliness,betrayal and regret are all themes in this hard hitting drama.
After a long battle with illness, founder of OZ magazine and the Yellow House, artist Martin Sharp dies at 71 in his Sydney home.
The tale of a man and his many, many offspring is one that writer/director Ken Scott knows a thing or two about.
Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall star in this twisting British thriller.
Australian commissioned art work lights up UK festival
The Nobel Prize winning author died in at her home at the age of 94, leaving behind a legacy of more than 50 novels.
The comeback song from the indie pop songstress takes aim at sexism in the music industry, changing the meaning of 'grow a pair'.
More than friends, Francis Bacon’s triptych of Lucian Freud set world record last night at Christie’s New York sale.
In Sweden, a new ratings system has been introduced to highlight gender bias in film.
Stolen art worth $AUD 1.42 billion has been found in the private home of an 80-year-old man in Munich.
When you are first starting out becoming a theatre producer may seem unattainable, but with the right contacts and attitude it’s a goal that could be well within reach.
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced who will be heading to Venice for the 56th Biennale in 2015.
The lines between art and nature are being blurred as tree shaping re-emerges and moss graffiti takes over the streets.
Crowds swarmed as wolves took flight for the opening of Cai Guo-Qiang’s exhibition Falling Back to Earth at QAGOMA.
The Tate’s leading specialist Judith Nesbitt spoke at an industry symposium, presented by Museum and Gallery Services Queensland.
We've heard them but we haven't necessarily 'heard of' these backup singers who shared the stage with some of the greatest.
The lone artist is a myth in a world where art, design and product overlap. It’s time artists acknowledged their collaborators.
In Egypt, where public theatre is often seen as a thinly veiled mouthpiece for the government, independent artists are revolutionaries whose work stands in marked contrast to the state-approved flag-waving productions.
New archaeological research suggests women were the principal artists behind ancient cave paintings.
Committing time and focus to a performance may tap the benefits of meditation, mindfulness and rest.
Social media has changed the way recruitment works. Both recruiters and job seekers can gain from social media networks and tools.
A US education site has analysed the growth areas for art and design graduates, finding graduates choosing the old career of interior design will probably have more job opportunities than multimedia artists.
Solitary geniuses and mad creatives make good fiction but research shows the truth about creativity is more prosaic.
What is it like to go the theatre if you can't see anything? After years of whispering and wondering, a blind musicals-lover has found a better way.
The music legend is more than meets the ear, as is evident in his new sculptural exhibition.
These sculptures have been seven years in the making, but Andy Scott’s amazing ‘Kelpies’ are finally in place.
As traditional funding avenues tighten, galleries are turning to a traditional support for artists via the limited multiple.
Thought animated gifs were a new thing? These 175 year old pieces will blow your mind.
Art collective 0707 spreads a little love with a sticker expedition.
The installation of lights into Ai Weiwei's 'Forever Bicycles' has illuminated the streets in Toronto.
After months of rumour, the British Broadcasting Corporation has confirmed the existence of episodes previously thought lost.
The true story of an unsung hero of Northern Irish Rock n' Roll.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt directs and stars in this film about the difference between sexual fantasy and reality.
In the highly anticipated second film in the popular trilogy all the world is a stage, and its characters merely players.
Italian author Diego Marani’s latest novel imagines a bizarre and intriguing world of thrillers and theocrats.
An historical martial arts epic that is both frenetic and contemplative.
The Fifth Estate, like its subject, is brimming with ideas; also in common: an uneasy sense of identity.
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