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A young saxophonist has joined Kylie Minogue and Sir Charles Mackerras in taking out a UK award which recognises Australian achievers.
The British actor has died aged 69, surrounded by family and friends.
From his impact on music to his socio-political influence, David Bowie's death has sparked a wave of writings and reflection.
Third world liquor bottle caps are transformed into artworks that earned Ghanian artist El Anatsui the international lifetime achievement award at the Venice Biennale.
You know you should have half an hour’s exercise five times a week to be physically fit. But how much arts activity do you need to be mentally healthy? A world-first study has found the answer.
Musician David Bowie has died aged 69, days after releasing his final album.
If you suffer from a bit of jet fuel coursing through your veins, then this list will get you onto the tarmac in 2016.
New art museums globally have become platforms for the "starchitect" but these museums opening - or reopening - in 2016 have attractions beyond amazing buildings.
2015 was more than just a budget cut! We give you the year from the top attended exhibitions to the regional gems; from blockbusters to institutional blindspots; the closures and how we rated abroad.
Director of Visual Arts for the Australia Council, Julie Lomax will head to the Liverpool Biennale next year.
Dreams have become plans for Mona's next stage with a reveal of designs, acquisitions and footprints for the future
Moffatt is the first Indigenous artist to present a solo exhibition at the Venice Biennale
South East Asia’s big new gallery opens next week in Singapore. ArtsHub gets a sneak preview.
A new do-it-yourself guidebook, Private, make the top collections in Australia and New Zealand public.
Lego didn't want to sell Ai Weiwei blocks for political art so the artist is making political art out of the company's refusal.
In June this year one of Australia’s most innovative women directors died of breast cancer. Chances are you’ve never heard of her.
An Australian artist will put the Great Barrier Reef in the spotlight in the UN's Artists 4 Paris Climate Change.
A visionary joint acquisition partnership between the MCA and the UKs Tate gallery will place Aussie artists at the heart of global dialogue.
A new technology may provide a gateway that ensure copyright holders can prevent misuse of their intellectual property.
David Walsh brings Gilbert and George to MONA for a major retrospective surveying their five decade career.
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