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Art May 02, 2015
The Photograph and Australia, at AGNSW
The Art Gallery of NSW's historical photography exhibition teems with history but meaning gets lost in the detail.
Art February 07, 2015
Ian Fairweather’s Drunken Buddha works reunited at TarraWarra
A drunken monk and an outdoor monk reunite as East meets West to illustrate the spirit beyond the surface.
Art April 04, 2015
James Turrell’s vestibule of lights
Light and space saturate the senses in James Turrell’s retrospective at the NGA.
Art December 06, 2014
Pop to popism at Art Gallery of NSW
A welcome revisit of Pop art's canny embrace of mass consumerism.
Art October 25, 2014
Gunter Christmann exhibition outside the box
The German-born gleaner and Darlinghurst institution in a retrospective at Heide.
Art September 27, 2014
Robert Rooney’s out-of-the-ordinary photography
A voyage to a space where the pedestrian becomes a profound and uncommon place.
Art August 30, 2014
Joe Furlonger and John Stezaker
Two very different artists traverse the twin peaks of innocence and economy.
Art August 16, 2014
Cloud Arch makes Sydney the city of lightness
Not weighed down by noisy debate over public art, the City of Sydney shows a light touch with three bold new commissions.
Art July 12, 2014
Titian and Tintoretto bring Venetian Renaissance to the NGV
Titian, the Italian master celebrated as the father of Spain’s Prado, finds his way to Melbourne.
Art June 21, 2014
Concrete ideas at MUMA
A new exhibition explores the dichotomy between the real and the abstract, the free-flowing and the solid.
Art May 17, 2014
The sculptural works of William Kentridge & Linda Marrinon
Two renowned figurative artists find magical ways to create their own history.
Art April 12, 2014
Imagining desire at Sydney’s 19th Biennale
Overwhelming and sometimes strange, sprawling but also magical, the Sydney Biennale engages on many levels.