New Zealand renegade Lisa Walker is far more Duchamp than Dior, Ray Edgar discovers.
Asad Raza, the New York-based artist and producer who has been commissioned to create the 34th Kaldor Public Art Project, is not giving much away.
On this day in 1959, a crowd of over 30,000 watched the opening of Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl. We look back with this article from the archives.
This may not be the first time Asian artists have featured in surveys of minimalist art, but never have they been given such prominence.
James Brickwood from the Sydney Morning Herald, Max Mason-Hubers from the Newcastle Herald and Jamila Toderas from The Canberra Times are among 40 finalists.
When photographer Paul Harmon first began piecing together the more than 100 individual images that make up each of his vast aerial landscapes, he was "blown away" by what he saw.
An exhibition of Pre-Raphaelite art at the National Gallery in Canberra gives an insight into mid-19th century romance.
Poring over a folder of meticulously archived diary scraps, sketches, lists and photographs, 74-year-old Michelle Collocott is vividly reliving a passionate and colourful life devoted to art.
A raven perched on the shoulder of a woman with flaming hair is Iraqi artist Marwan Fathi's symbol for the terrible events he and his home city Mosul have had to endure.
If the art were a match for the stories and personalities this would be a show of masterpieces.
A six-year project to engage the artists and art centres of the Kimberley region of Western Australia has exceeded expectations, says arts patron Janet Holmes a Court.
You can join the crowds to shuffle through the national gallery's latest blockbuster or you could see this exhibition.
The installation at the Sydney Opera House celebrates the Year of the Pig, which is said to bring wealth and fortune.
Collectors of tribal art have become alarmed by a report commissioned by French president Emmanuel Macron.
Simon Terrill's Crowd Theory series of staged photographs of large groups of people began in Footscray 15 years ago.
A new show at ACCA explores what's real and what's not.
There are some great individual works, but the selection of works feels arbitrary.
Famous for her figurative work and self-portraits, this Archibald winner got a bit of a shock when she went bush.
Artist Jacob Nash hopes to encourage a national conversation about reconciliation with ALWAYS, his giant sculpture on the Barangaroo headland.
While China is a "show-off" market, Taipei's collectors - who now have their own art fair - look for quality and consistency.
In the 120-odd Aboriginal languages still spoken across Australia, there is no specific word for art, explains indigenous artist and advocate Kent Morris.
Labor has opened up a new election battlefront in its promise to build a $500 million stand-alone museum in western Sydney.
The drinkers and billiard players at the Launceston Workers Club take a broad-minded approach to contemporary art.
This month, after a mini-launch last year in Tasmania’s second-biggest city, Mona Foma is moving its full-scale operation to Launceston.
A British art dealer says he has bought a mural stenciled by street artist Banksy on a garage wall in Wales for more than 100,000 pounds ($129,000).