New media, subject matter and techniques are shaking up the traditional picture.
Horses have always been deeply symbolic, often as instruments of conquest and subjugation.
Art and fashion have always been entwined, and the link is especially relevant now.
A former high school teacher is spending $15 million to create a gallery where music, scent and food match the art.
Small but eye-catching Ukiyo-e prints vie with a massive new Murakami in a crowd-pleasing show that celebrates Japan's world of monsters.
Art critic John McDonald's take on this year's exhibition.
A new exhibit at the Arts Centre invites passers-by to literally take a walk in someone else's shoes to experience the world from their perspective.
Simryn Gill's latest exhibition seems to ask: how do we make records of place and time?
In the history of art, those who rose to the top were men. Righting this gender imbalance can be done speedily once galleries and museums recognise they do not need to passively funnel the patterns of past.
A shimmering portrait of The Go-Betweens' co-founder the musical force Robert Forster has helped win its artist Australia's richest art prize.
Michelle Richmond had an inkling the photographs from The Sydney Morning Herald archive were something very special.
The National Gallery of Australia has become the first major art institution in the country to commit to full gender parity in its artistic program.
The showcase is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the world.
The first season of After Life featured an unauthorised copy of a painting by one of central Australia's most well-known Indigenous artists.
A young wood carver is turning stumps into public art.
A masterpiece attributed to the 13th-century Italian painter Cimabue has sold for $39 million.
A sensitive sculptural homage to a leading democracy figure almost didn't make it intact to Bondi's Sculpture by the Sea.
The cat is out of the bag. Japanese art star Takashi Murakami accepted a significant seven-figure sum from the Art Gallery of NSW for a massive new work.
The public is free to visit and chat to the artist while he creates the works for his upcoming exhibition.
Japanese art star Takashi Murakami's massive commission blends tradition with the spiritual world of ghosts, shape-shifting monsters and household objects.
The artist explores a calm, feminine, spiritual world in contrast to the context-ridden testosterone-filled worldview of contemporary art.
Tarnanthi means to rise, come forth, spring up or appear, but a more appropriate verb might be “to mushroom”.
The northern beaches is in the box seat to steal Sculpture by the Sea from a complacent Bondi.
Meet the mischievious shape-shifting creatues who co-exist beside humans in Japanese folklore.
Forget the Impressionists and Toulouse-Lautrec, meet revolutionary French artist Pierre Bonnard.