review

architecture June 25, 2022

Fish Lane Town Square

The Brisbane development Fish Lane Town Square is a brilliant reclamation of disused urban space.

visual art June 25, 2022

Treasure Island

Daniel Boyd’s first major retrospective in an Australian gallery, Treasure Island, opens up multiple lenses on our history.

visual art June 18, 2022

The Picasso Century

As the National Gallery of Victoria’s new exhibition reveals, Picasso believed that art was a kind of magic.

dance June 18, 2022

Bangarra’s Terrain

Bangarra’s vast hymn to Country shows the company has a bright future under incoming artistic director Frances Rings.

dance June 18, 2022

Manifesto

Stephanie Lake’s tour-de-force dance work is a full-blooded celebration of rhythm.

film June 11, 2022

Men

Alex Garland’s new film, Men, is superlative horror but its premise doesn’t bear much interrogation.

music June 11, 2022

Harry’s House

Harry Styles’ latest album demonstrates the tyranny of ‘good taste’.

festival June 11, 2022

Rising

After two years of setbacks, Rising is finally reaching exhilarating heights with two powerful dance performances from Mette Ingvartsen and Marrugeku.

visual art June 4, 2022

The Milk of Dreams

The power of works displayed at the 59th Venice Biennale has the male canon lying in smithereens.

games June 4, 2022

Norco

Norco is a dark science fiction game that holds closely to the history of the Lousiana town it’s named after.

theatre June 4, 2022

Hercules

Daniel Schlusser Ensemble’s first production for almost a decade is a devastating exploration of violence against women.