By Rita Bratovich.
The inaugural Biennale of Sydney was held in 1973, timed deliberately to coincide with the opening of the Sydney Opera House, which … Read more
Are you an aspiring writer? or love cartoons and picture books? If that’s you then, the Another Art Book Fair at the Artspace in Sydney … Read more
Artspace gallery’s latest exhibition explores the work of thirteen living Australian artists, uniting their unique practices through their shared central interest in exploring colourist abstraction. … Read more
Artspace Gallery’s new major exhibition is the first installation of three distinct yet interrelated exhibitions exploring various facets of the notion of the public body.… Read more
Montages: The Full Cut gathers artist Tracey Moffatt and editor Gary Hillberg’s eight collaborative films, created between 1999 and 2015. Running between 10 and 20 … Read more
Questioning the nature of creativity and its place in contemporary society is a specialty of Artspace Gallery, and its new exhibition, Writing Art, is continuing … Read more
Art as a Verb is a group exhibition that denotes the concept of art as action. Showcasing actions, performances, situational pieces, manifestos, interactive props, take … Read more
It is not only wounded soldiers who bear the scars of war. A new exhibition at Artspace contemplates the broader casualties of war, from displaced … Read more
With The Curtain Breathed Deeply, artist Justene Williams has produced an aural and visual omelette that both entices and confronts.
The installation begins with … Read more
Alex Davies’ The Very Near Future begins with the simple opening of a door. Within is an interactive space that plays with time and the … Read more