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Australian realist painter dies in England aged 78, while preparing for exhibition.
Australia’s only female director of the National Gallery of Australia, Betty Churcher dies at the age of 84.
From street to museum to marketing meme, this infographic tells two stories.
Over 350 objects and military camouflage fabric are used to create a powerful statement about the casualities of global conflict.
Each year TEFAF commissions a report on the status of the global art market; 2014 findings have bolstered market confidence.
The world’s most loved Opera singer’s collection comes up for auction, allowing devotees an affordable piece of history.
Formerly with MGM, strategist Tad Smith will take over as CEO of Sotheby's in New York and looks to greater shareholder value.
New developments bolster the AGNSWs Art and Dementia program, ensuring greater research and more access to events.
Deutscher and Hackett sets a benchmark for the 2015 auction calendar selling 170% lots by value.
An aviatrix, a tonne of water and an owl are an unlikely pairing but with sublime results in Shaun Gladwell’s newest work unveiled at SCAF.
The Laverty Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art lies in the hands of Deutscher and Hackett this weekend.
Two projects embed Abramović in Australia for 12-days in a world first, made possible by Australia’s leading philanthropists.
The man responsible for the Bilbao effect, Frank Gehry, has designed a building for Sydney that will divide and delight.
Many arts organisations have become dinosaurs, failing to evolve to respond to the needs of new work, delegates at the 2015 Australian Theatre Forum were warned.
Beyond Distribution has a new Head of Acquisitions, a key role in the company's global operation.
Australia is one step closer to creating its next signature museum, with architects shortlisted for Sydney Modern.
The smallest pavilion at the Venice Biennale will deal with perhaps the world’s biggest issue.
Didn't satisfy the travel bug over the break? Well start the year by planning your next global art adventure. We have a list that will decimate your frequent flyer points!
Actors, musicians and theatre techs have an opportunity to do their bit to change the world through a creative international aid project.
Remnants of the theatre which hosted the premieres of Henry V and Romeo and Juliet have been unearthed in East London.
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