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Whiteley sells for $3,927,272 at last night’s Menzies Art Brand auction in Melbourne making it the second highest amount paid
Values marketing was a key theme in 2014 Red Dot design awards. Winners included an Aussie appliance ad and suggestive NZ poster.
Juliana Engberg's artist list announced this week, lives up to growing expectations for her 19th Biennale of Sydney.
The British Council has announced the five winners of the 2013 Realise Your Dream Awards.
British sculptor Antony Caro influenced a generation of sculptors internationally. He will be remembered well.
Many survivors of the Christchurch earthquakes say they appreciate the city’s culture more than before the shocks.
Leigh Ledare, a photographer who has drawn as much controversy as acclaim, has been picked up by a prestigious New York Gallery.
The second New Zealander to ever win the top fiction prize is also the youngest person to do so.
Graham Ovenden to spend 27 months in jail after London’s Court of Appeals deemed his sentence too lenient.
AUDIO: When every woman and her iphone can upload to online photo galleries, is there still a place for a photographers' gallery?
A new study reveals that fans of literary fiction could be better at deciphering how others are feeling.
The 48-year old mother whose nude photograph was banned tells ArtsHub why she is insulted by the censorship.
In an effort to save bookstores, French MPs have voted in favour of a bill that will prevent companies offering free delivery.
A new study into how arts engagement affects youth development has reinforced the value of the arts but also found unexpected negatives.
Australia was under the hammer in more ways than one this week, as Christies London set a new world record for John Glover but reviewers canned the Royal Academy show.
On International Peace Day, an imaginative art project was a powerful reminder of the cost of war.
A British newspaper has dismissed a landmark Australian art exhibition as 'weedy, provincial and all too European'.
The perennial problem of underpayment for visual artists has been addressed in a new set of guidelines by Visual Artists Ireland.
Two of Albert Namatjira’s grandchildren will travel to London with Big hART’s award-winning production in November.
Five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts leaders have been selected to take part in the British Council’s ACCELERATE.
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