The work of renowned Japanese artists including Takashi Murakami are to be exhibited at the Art Gallery of NSW next November.
The National Art School is still without a long-term lease on its historic home.
Brett Whiteley was more than the sum of his best-known works of Sydney Harbour and female nudes, a new retrospective shows.
Giant art installations outside the Australian National Maritime Museum highlight the case for shark protection and ecological sustainability.
The 9th Asia Pacific Art Triennial may lack the initial Wow! factor but a thoughtful viewing reveals its impact.
The festival's program has launched, with 2019 showcasing emerging thinkers from around the world alongside DIY workshops and an international podcast hub.
This award is of particular importance for Moir and for the Herald as it recognises Moir's speciality as an Australian photojournalist on a world-class platform.
A major new art exhibition is set to tackle the one subject that fascinates Sydneysiders like no other – the Harbour City itself.
The much-awaited Housemuseum Galleries in Kew, next to the Lyon Housemuseum, is on track to open in March 2019.
Sydney photo media artist Anne Zahalka re-staged images taken decades ago in Sydney using the relatives of the original subjects.
Robyn Stacey's monumental still life photographs use objects, flora and fauna from historic homes and scientific collections to construct narratives of Australian colonial life.
Anyone who wanted to see all Johannes Vermeer's works had to travel far and wide. Until now.
From next April visitors to Eveleigh Green, South Eveleigh, will be confronted by a curious sight.
Visual artist Ash Keating uses fire extinguishers to create a mural for the Domain.
Not many artists have been personally invited by the chief of a South American tribe to make a virtual reality film in the Amazonian jungle.
Outgoing Carriageworks director Lisa Havilah has released her final program for the inner-city arts centre before she takes up the top job at the troubled Powerhouse Museum early next year.
The Theatre is Lying exhibition adopts the tricks of the stage.
The New York artist talks about his intriguing canine portraits, now showing at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Surrounded by dignitaries that included the Italian ambassador and the Lord Mayor it would have been easy for nine-year-old Tom Yates to have been overawed by the occasion.
Japanese design studio Nendo has created an immersive wonderland dedicated to the late Dutch artist M.C. Escher.
Which are the events that will make your Sydney summer a knock-out? Our critics reveal their must-sees.
Melbourne is the sister city to this year's Business of Design Week in Hong Kong.
Regulations and strict police controls are strangling Sydney's creative life, with it easier to open a bar than find a home for a theatre group, reports Linda Morris.
A decade since its Danish designer's death, the Sydney Opera House Norther foyer is now wheelchair friendly.
To the casual visitor wandering among the glass cases, the average museum collection can seem pretty static and unchanging.