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A daring work partly created by a nine-year-old prompts UK parliamentary attention and the approval of Yoko Ono and Neil Gaiman.
We are on the cusp of a technology expected to revolutionise screen viewing, with extraordinary implications for the arts.
If you want to make big money from fiction write for young people or write thrillers and forget about literary prizes.
After nearly a decade, National Gallery of Australia director Ron Radford announced his retirement.
How we call it - the "must see" works of this year’s Biennale of Sydney.
Roslyn Oxley premier’s British artist’s latest work to coincide with the Biennale. Julien speaks to ArtsHub on raising capital.
Users can no longer search for playlists on Spotifty after Ministry of Sound alleged the lists constitute a copyright breach.
What’s selling, what’s stolen and what’s happening in galleries internationally, ArtsHub gives you the Global Art Market in brief.
Lasers, electronic legends and film fuse with Modulations, three days of music and art at Carriageworks
The Chair of the Biennale of Sydney has resigned following boycotts over Transfield's management of detention centres.
Bringing a wealth of international experience and a local knowledge, home-grown Melbourne creative joins the Arts Centre.
The Board of 4A has announced the appointment of its incoming Chairman.
The hippest festival of art, design and creativity heads to Sydney’s Carriageworks this May.
Two new projects place contemporary art at the heart of peripheral issues as part of MCA C3 West program in Greater Western Sydney
Communist countries have long wrestled with capitalist film production but the 2013 figures show China's great leap forward.
Beyond time travel, no experience can deliver a Gatsby-style buzz as complete as Napier's Art Deco weekend.
Justene Williams references cubism, Soviet science fiction and atomic bomb propaganda.
Alison Bennett’s photographs of tattoos and scars pop off the wall with the help of an app.
If it’s cultural memorabilia that interests you then Bonhams’ New York sale of pieces from The Caren Archive is a must.
Art experts head from the UK with the offer of free valuations, in search of works for Bonhams’ London sale.
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