''Comme tragic'' Takamasa Takahashi has turned a lifelong passion into a gift for adventurous fashionistas.
Actor Rachel Giddens first decided to take her hobby seriously while planning a trip overseas in 2014.
Ned Kelly's armour, the Ashes urn and a stunning costume created to represent Victoria are on display in a new exhibition.
French artist Henri Matisse headlines Art Gallery of NSW's 2020 program as work on the Sydney Modern Project is to start within weeks.
Which Android tablets suits you best, the Lenovo or the Alcatel?
Photographer Ella Dreyfus said she intended to show the fragility of boyhood by taking portraits of a group of 14 boys as they were about to leave primary school.
On August 21, 1911, a thief entered the Louvre, lifted a small painting off the wall and walked out into the streets of Paris with his loot.
The red Fender Stratocaster used by Aussie surf band The Atlantics is one of the first culturally significant objects to be digitised.
Less than a week before its public opening, organisers of Sculpture by the Sea say they are prepared to walk away from its iconic location of the past 23 years.
When William Dobell's painting of Joshua Smith won the Archibald Prize, fellow artists launched a lawsuit, contending that the work was a caricature, not a portrait.
A replica of David Cerny's famous Soviet tank painted pink will be one of 10 sculptures by Czech and Slovak artists at this year's event.
“I am an exceptional man,” wrote Giorgio de Chirico, “who feels and understands a hundred times more strongly than others.”
One of the world's most prominent art museums is undergoing a transformation - both physically and philosophically.
For Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson, the world of fashion has always been a place to inspire and influence change.
Wendy Sharpe may well be one of Australia’s best-travelled artists.
Graz is a city of contradictions and Steirischer Herbst has learnt to how thrive within the cracks that have appeared in democracies around the world.
A shared passion for heritage flowers ensures these treasures of the past will be carefully curated.
From New York to Havana, this iconic era of design has a special place in cities – and hearts, and no more so than in Sydney.
It was a nuzzle from a palm cockatoo named Seisa that changed the artist's life.
Sydney artist Coen Young said that the chance to be a part of one of the biggest youth artist exhibitions had been full of new and important experiences.
Hope Dies Last at Gertrude Contemporary responds to a pervasive feeling of disempowerment.
Only a few-hundred people live in Little Hartley – but there are two gardens well worth seeing.
Google and Amazon's talkative smart assistants are put to the test
Edge Of The Present combines art, research and mental health therapy in astonishing ways.
Some of the legendary Tintookies puppets that first enchanted children 40 years ago are being unveiled to a new generation.