Tom Christophersen and Michael Simms are two of Australia’s most exciting and talented queer, figurative artists. Interfacing is their first collaborative exhibition, featuring a body … Read more
“This is an exhibition of works that make sense of things that make no sense,” said Aiden Mackay, one of White Rabbit Gallery’s art attendants.… Read more
The Human Non Human exhibit at the Powerhouse (now often referred to as The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences) is thought-provoking and loosely based … Read more
The latest collection of artworks by Leah Fraser explores the creative forces of time, memory and movement in a hatching human experience.
“The dust of … Read more
The core of this exhibition will be made up of around 30 recent paintings, drawings and watercolours by David Henderson. This exhibition will take guest … Read more
This vivid, beautiful and important exhibition shows the Sydney-born Australian artist John Peter Russell in an international context.
Generally starting and ending with works created … Read more
Showing contemporary art; hopeful, expressive, raw, sad and extraordinary, Cement Fondu is hosting their third exhibition Between Suns involving awesome artists and including the Refugee … Read more
Daniel Buren shows how simple forms and colour contrasts interact in great synergy together.
By visiting the exhibition Like Child’s Play you feel like you … Read more
Madame Tussauds Sydney has become home to a new unique immersive experience uniting an all-star cast of Justice League characters.
The interactive wax figure line-up … Read more
There’s no doubt Sydney’s inner east of Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay and their naughty little sister, Kings Cross, has witnessed considerable change over the past … Read more