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Art February 18, 2017
Richard Long, Vernon Ah Kee and Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Amid a deluge of data, land and lore tell a compelling story of the actual over the virtual world.
Art November 19, 2016
MONA’s ‘On the Origin of Art’
MONA’s On the Origin of Art features curation by a cognitive scientist, a professor of literature, a psychologist and an evolutionary neurobiologist.
Art December 17, 2016
Nude: Art from the Tate collection
An AGNSW exhibition of iconic nudes on loan from Tate Britain pays homage to our fascination with the human form.
Culture October 15, 2016
Architect Vo Trong Nghia meditates on creative process
Nature and the interdependence of all things are the keys to architect Vo Trong Nghia creations.
Art September 10, 2016
‘Degas: A New Vision’ at the NGV
Edgar Degas’ early emphasis on the line in masterful renditions of nudes, dancers and horses gave way as his sight faltered, leading to his most interesting paintings.
Art August 13, 2016
Nicholas Mangan’s ‘Limits to Growth’
Nicholas Mangan explores the tension between capital and dwindling natural resources, and how they come together in the grim story of asylum seekers held on Nauru.
Art July 30, 2016
Diane Arbus: American Portraits
Diane Arbus’s intimate portraits are the work of a transgressive artist seeking to portray the almost invisible human truth.
Art June 18, 2016
Tang: Treasures from the Silk Road capital
An exhibition of Tang dynasty art and objects shows how possessions – even in death – signified power.
Art April 23, 2016
The 20th Sydney Biennale
Stephanie Rosenthal's sprawling 20th Biennale of Sydney references Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square and Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror.
Art March 19, 2016
Lloyd Rees drawings at the Museum of Sydney
Lloyd Rees’s works remind that drawing is an expression of connectedness to our surroundings.
Art February 20, 2016
El Anatsui: Five Decades
A major show of Ghanaian-born artist El Anatsui’s opulent sculptures folds and weaves scrap metals with ancient histories.