The Bundanon Trust has yet to find funding for its plans to secure Arthur Boyd's historic artwork collection.
Labor is reviewing its support of government plans to relocate the Powerhouse Museum.
Subscribers joined Herald editor Lisa Davies, in conversation with our photography experts, as they took us behind-the-scenes of the extraordinary images they've captured.
Mike Baird and his one time chief of staff, now Mirvac executive Bay Warburton, could appear after a decision on the fate of the museum is made.
Often overlooked, leading French impressionist Berthe Morisot is getting top billing among the more famous men at Adelaide's Colours of Impressionism exhibition.
Eight new Australian artworks have been acquired to help local artists reach global audiences.
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this week
An exhibition of 20th century propaganda posters offers an insight into the power of advertising
Megan Hinton works in a style that stems out of Russian Constructivism.
Celebrity artists are celebrated for their fame rather than the quality of their work with collectors hoovering up their works like the latest designer handbag or watch at the glamorous international Art Basel fairs.
A new exhibition celebrates the many incarnations of Lewis Carrol's Alice on screen.
Stieg Persson reflects on his changing approaches in this mid-career survey of his work.
Leading theatre producers call for a new lyric theatre as the doors of the Theatre Royal remain closed.
On the centenary of Jorn Utzon's birth , a reflection on how the architect's vision - modelled on the theatres of ancient Greece - was distorted, leaving Sydney with a magical but flawed sculpture that continued revisions have failed to resolve.
This exhibition shows how aspects of Australia looked to Europeans in the early 19th century.
A machine offering packets of imagination, calm and spontaneity is Sydney's latest pop up art installation.
2018 is proving to be a year of greater recognition of Australian female writers.
Two new exhibitions showcase art work from the Parliament House art collection that is usually off-limits to the public
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this weekend
The joy of watching ordinary people do arty things is no substitute for quality. Aside from a surfeit of community engagement, the 21st Biennale of Sydney presents pieces that, while intellectual challenges for the artists, have little to offer an audience.
A new show explores the work of the Impressionists through the prism of colours.
British artist Oliver Beer invites audiences to contemplate art and even architecture though sound.
Vault wasn't just a provocation to a conservative public, but to smug conservative architects.
It is a $200 million industry of fakery that is stripping local Indigenous artists of their culture, their artwork and their pride.
Only 28 of the 12,000 architects in Australia are Indigenous. That "startling statistic" shocked fund manager Daniel Droga into action.