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Engaging musings by printmakers on science

Engaging musings by printmakers on science

In Connections: Part One at Megalo several artists have collaborated with scientists to produce new works.

  • by Sasha Grishin

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Geometric abstraction with spiritual and emotional content
Canberra

Geometric abstraction with spiritual and emotional content

Andrew Christofides' Reason and Intuition is a collection of quiet meditations on themes close to the artist’s heart.

  • by Sasha Grishin
Climate change, contemporary life and technology form a diverse show
Canberra

Climate change, contemporary life and technology form a diverse show

These images by Marzena Wasikowska, Hilary Wardhaugh and Grace Blake on different subjects are intriguing and impressive.

  • by Peter Haynes
An exhibition of wistful nostalgia exploring a personal past
Canberra

An exhibition of wistful nostalgia exploring a personal past

Sophia Szilagyi's portraiture and still life compositions in Nostalgia evoke the Pre-Raphaelites with their dreamy aesthetics and revivalist preoccupations.

  • by Sasha Grishin
Gentle, affecting celebration of love as a spiritual and physical bond
Canberra

Gentle, affecting celebration of love as a spiritual and physical bond

 Madeleine Winch's style is immediately recognisable in the refined, distilled beauty of this exhibition.

  • by Sasha Grishin
'History paintings' not pretty, but must be seen
Canberra life

'History paintings' not pretty, but must be seen

This is not a pretty show and is best seen on an empty stomach.

  • by Sasha Grishin
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A major artist leaps joyously and heroically into a new medium
Canberra life

A major artist leaps joyously and heroically into a new medium

The most unusual aspect of Gail Nichols' exhibition is not the glazed stoneware that we associate with this artist, but her textiles.

  • by Sasha Grishin
Objects for contemplation that communicate on an individual level
Opinion
Canberra life

Objects for contemplation that communicate on an individual level

This a slow art exhibition that benefits from prolonged viewing.

  • by Sasha Grishin
Collages, prints and paintings with a wry sense of humour
Opinion
Canberra life

Collages, prints and paintings with a wry sense of humour

This assemblage of John Nixon's works on paper produces a somewhat mesmerising effect.

  • by Sasha Grishin
'Important and influential': Picasso's 'The Vollard Suite' is on show at the NGA, sans fanfare
Canberra

'Important and influential': Picasso's 'The Vollard Suite' is on show at the NGA, sans fanfare

This is one of the great exhibitions of the year.

  • by Sasha Grishin
Powerful all-female exhibition showcases Australia's 'herstory'
Canberra

Powerful all-female exhibition showcases Australia's 'herstory'

'So fine' is a powerful exhibition that gathers an array of distinctly female narratives.

  • by Sasha Grishin