He’s been called “the most in demand tattooist in the world” and now legendary Los Angeles tattoo artist Dr. Woo (aka Brian Woo), will be … Read more
As glaciers in the sacred Himalayan Mountains of Nepal melt at a rapid pace due to climate change, photographer Ray Begley showcases in her latest … Read more
According to Artistic Director Jeff Khan, “This year’s Liveworks includes our biggest selection of works from the Asia Pacific region to date. The artists hail … Read more
Over two and a half weeks Sculpture By The Sea will occupy the iconic Sydney coastline from Bondi to Tamarama.
This year will mark the … Read more
By Rita Bratovich
Richard Perram is the Director of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) and curator of its latest exhibition, The Unflinching Gaze: Photomedia & … Read more
Carriageworks, Erth and Studio A have collaborated to present Birdfoxmonster, an intimate, multisensory dining experience brought to life by artists; Meagan Pelham, Thom Roberts … Read more
In our modern cities, buildings appear to be replacing nature, trees seem to be visible only when visiting a park or going for a bush-walk. … Read more
Lovers of Russian novels know Tolstoy and Dostoevsky from the nineteenth century, and Pasternak and Solzhenitsyn from the twentieth, but what have Russian writers produced … Read more
The Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi is an appreciation of a transient and understated beauty in the modest, imperfect, ephemeral or decayed. Damien Drew’s exhibition expresses … Read more
Ian Kingsford-Smith’s latest exhibition Afterlife will feature a solo exhibition of painted sculptures and aquatinted teachings.
Throughout his exhibition, Kingsford-Smith combines narrative associated with fundamental … Read more