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Yosl Bergner spent only 11 years of a long life in Australia but his understanding of the Indigenous tragedy made him an important Australian painter.
A new report has found that the auction market is being usurped by millennials, with different spending and shopping habits.
Some words just got overdone in 2016. It's time to let these overused terms lie fallow for a while, in the hope they may regain some punch.
The iconic British art critic John Berger died yesterday, leaving a legacy of quotable words and tributes from others.
With the Venice Biennale, Documenta and Skulptur Project Munster aligned and new biennales from Antarctica to Kathmandu, 2017 is the perfect year to travel.
Pop star George Michael leaves a legacy of over 500 collected arts works, including Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst.
The British Museum has uncovered some tricks to getting visitors to use their audio guide.
Any artist in the world can buy the new pink - except the prominent British Indian sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor.
400 years after Shakespeare wrote his first three plays, Oxford University Press has concluded his rival Christopher Marlowe should share the credit.
The UK is relinquishing the remains of 13 Aboriginal Australians which will be handed over in a ceremony today.
Art at sports stadiums is usually restricted to bronzes of sports stars. But a US stadium this week unveiled an $8 million Jeff Koons.
Shipping a 13-meter dinosaur from Japan to Sydney sounds like a logistical nightmare, but that’s nothing. The museum needs upgrading to display it.
The founder of the ANU’s Glass Workshop and Canberra Glassworks has died leaving a legacy of 'painting with glass'.
The death of the man who once shocked the world with the notorious Oz magazine marks an end in the transformative generation of the 1960s.
Since 50 Shades of Grey catapulted from Twilight fanfiction to a phenomenon of its own, fanfiction has gained a new frisson.
Adelaide's claim as Australia's Festival City has been strengthened with the signing of a historic agreement with the world's biggest festival.
When Facebook likes can make a show and the faint praise of 'interesting' can damn it, curators face a new terrain of influences that are bottom up, rather than top down.
Engaging people in social and political issues requires not just looking at art but participating in creating.
CGI is close to being indistinguishable from the real thing. Could actors find themselves auditioning against a dead or imaginary competitor?
From the slums of Venezuela to the Inuit community in Greenland, the El Sistema music program is breaking cycles of poverty and despair.
Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art.
A great moderator can make the difference between a boring discussion and a memorable one. Here are some tips to help your facilitation fire on all cylinders.
The Trump administration's proposal to remove US arts funding is the battle cry for another round of culture wars, familiar to the Australian and UK arts industries.
Trump’s opponents see his lavish taste as evidence of despotic tendencies but perhaps like Louis XIV he will use luxury to support a national economy.
In 2016, the most commercially successful music in the world wasn’t Beyoncé, Britney or Bieber. It was arguably more problematic.
Perhaps you’re not ready to have the intersectionality conversation with your Trump-supporting uncle. But you could share a theatre that bridges the gap.
As technology improves the quality of reproduction, the old values are being newly debated.
In difficult times, artists have more power than we think to influence the direction of politics and society.
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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.
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