TELL ME TELL ME

It’s 1976, and Australia has just got its first mainstream taste of video art, delivered by important Korean artist Nam June Paik during his Biennale … Read more

MARY POPPINS

I feel it only fair to mention right off the bat that I was raised with Julie Andrews’ Mary Poppins. I know every song, … Read more

WALKING IN THE RAIN

If you’ve been in Sydney the last few weeks you’ll have a thing or two to say about rain, I’m sure. The next two Saturdays … Read more

FLUTTER LYON

Earlier this year, performance artist Marina Abramovic created a dessert for a restaurant on the Upper East Side called the Volcano Flambé. Diners who … Read more

CAMP BETTY

Looking for something a little more queenly to do this Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend? Well, look no further! Whether you’re a queen, queer, straight, gay, … Read more

TRACEY MOFFATT

Nestled deep in the bowels of the mind-boggling lower levels of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, as part of their remarkable contemporary collection, … Read more

BILLY MAYNARD: TRANS/TENDER

Returning from four months in East Timor, where he immersed himself in a Catholic community of transsexual prostitutes, its hardly surprising that 19-year-old artist Billy … Read more

THE ENEMY AT HOME

During WWI in Australia, nearly 7000 so-called ‘enemy aliens’ were interned in isolated camps throughout the country. Australians of German and Austrian descent, and Germans … Read more

eX DE MEDICI’S NEED HEAD

eX de Medici’s works have risen quite dramatically in value over the last decade or so. Taking in her latest showing at Sullivan + Strumpf … Read more

HEAD ON PHOTO FESTIVAL

The annual Head On Photo Festival, founded in 2004 by current curator Moshe Rosenzveig, has been quite a success story over the last few years. … Read more