Indian artist Tanya Goel uses building rubble as a raw material to make a point about the destruction of heritage buildings.
The proper setting of Puccini’s La Bohème is the Paris of one’s youth, mixing memory and desire .
At 71, Domenic Mico is still finding ways to express his creativity, and he still has a few things to say
Victoria and Queensland are outspending NSW on a per capita basis, says MCA chairman Simon Mordant.
A photograph of a disadvantaged young Canberra man has taken out the National Photographic Portrait Prize
The best portraits tell a story, but one which each of us interprets in our own way
Archibald Award-winning artist Ben Quilty calls for tax parity between writers, artists and professional athletes.
A classroom with capacity for 400 university students is to be opened in partnership with the Powerhouse Museum.
Back performing since having her wisdom teeth out, Dua Lipa is fiercely unapologetic about her pop agenda.
CMAG has been collecting art made in and about Canberra for 20 years.
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this week, from film festivals to exhibitions.
Vivid turns 10 with an even bigger line up of light murals, musicians and venues.
Australian William Robinson mastered lithography in his artistic mecca Paris, upstaging at least one of the French masters who inspired his award-winning art.
The main drawcard to Cockatoo Island for the Biennale of Sydney is Ai Weiwei's Law of the Journey, a 60-metre-long inflatable, black rubber life raft, inhabited by 300 faceless, inflatable, black rubber figures. Yukinori Yanagi's maze made from shipping container is an outstanding contribution, but there are unfortunately not many other works that justify the ferry trip.
Angelica Mesiti will create a video work for the 2019 Venice Biennale.
Tracey Emin is not usually a fan of public art but she's hopeful her new artwork will win over Sydney.
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this weekend
The new generation of artists from the Warmun Art Centre are shown to good effect here.
Unknown Neighbours starts in one of four homes in St Kilda, where performers have been invited to create site-specific work based on their experience of a stranger's house.
Art has been shown to aid in the healing of returned service personnel, and how there's an art prize just for them.
One group of crossword enthusiasts have made The Age’s cryptic puzzles a communal affair.
Her predilection for shooting those on the fringes of society did not win her any hearts but Diane Arbus' images capture the otherness in us all.
Metaphysical art flirts with philosophy and poetry, conjuring up feelings of melancholy over the passing of time, and those human creations that now stand as memorials to what has been lost.
Hamlet's lament "the world is out of joint" runs throughout the exhibition.
An artistic challenge to the urbanisation of the wild.