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The story of a brutal murder in a small town in France, and a painstaking portrait of lost passion and an extraordinary inner life.
Ellen Taylor's work is a marriage between her love of drawing and her studies in sculpture and spatial practice. The resulting two-dimensional drawings express and celebrate form and space.
The Emerging Artist Award 2016 brings together work from the best emerging Australian artists.
Unspoken brings us before a series of paintings of animals whose physicality is so lovingly rendered that one is called to pause and enter the intensely felt space of the artist.
This exhibition emerges from time spent observing the ever-changing, dramatic landscapes of the Mutawintji National Park.
The exclusive, post-apocalyptic after party for survivors of what’s coming for us – when everything else is gone what will be left but carousing and revelry?
The Metaphysics of Space: Painting a Body of Light builds on the rich symbolic and experiential tradition of Western religious painting, focusing on the significance of light.
The eucalyptus tree becomes a self-portrait and a barrier as Narelle Cridland explores cultural identity, influences and boundaries.
The untold stories of women who migrated from Greece to Australia in the 1950s and 60s.
The Coloured Girls presents high-fashion styled portraits accompanied by a response from each participant to the question, what do the words Coloured Girl mean to you?
Shot over a two-year period in cities including London, Sydney, Paris and Auckland, A City Unpolarised overlays urban streetscapes with fashion shopfronts.
A body of work that Andrea Jenkins been developing over the past three years, connecting Melbourne city to her studio on the Mornington Peninsula.
Dreamscapes explores the relationship between light, space, visual perception, and imagination.
A unique fusion between Butoh and physical theatre performed by dancers with and without disability.
The extraordinary true story of a Tivoli singer turned ASIO spymaster who vetted unwanted arrivals, and an early Lebanese immigrant who had to lie about his birthplace to gain Australian naturalisation.