lexie smith makes intimate art from bread
Meet the artist challenging the narrative on gluten with her thoughtful creations.
15 young creatives on what it means to be an ‘emerging artist’
Photographer Joshua Aronson's new series — feauturing emerging Gen-Z creatives including Arvida Byström, Tyler Mitchell, and Flynn McGarry — asks what it means to be emerging.
fallen angels: a conversation with marcus whale and athena thebus
The artists detail their brilliant collaborative performance 'Lucifer', which casts the ultimate fallen angel as a figure to be celebrated.
our favourite australian musicians pick their top tracks of 2017
It was a great big year for Antipodean music, so we asked some of our talented friends to weigh in on the music that defined the year that way.
first photos of stunning works from the ngv's major new exhibition
Spanning the entire gallery, this inaugural Triennial is a powerful overview of art and culture right now. And it's free.
raúl de nieves on high heels, haribo, and the ritual of craft
The Mexico-born artist turned salvaged shoes and bulk plastic beads into the Whitney Biennial's most stunning installation.
sterling ruby and the apocalyptic nature of los angeles
He's collaborated with Raf Simons, is a muse to Calvin Klein and is known for making bleached denim canvases. Now, the Los Angeles-based artist Sterling Ruby is showing a new exhibition at the Vito Schnabel Gallery in St. Moritz, with work inspired...
melbourne’s rising art stars on inspiration, fear and the future
At the start of a brand new year, we catch up with the individuals defining Melbourne’s emerging art scene to discuss creative expression, political fears and where they plan to take their work in 2017.
new zealand’s young art stars reflect on the year that was
We spoke to some of our favourite kiwi creatives about the past, the present and what the hell is happening tomorrow.
the a-z of spring1883 art fair
It might still be winter but SPRING is here. With a full program of contemporary art staged in Melbourne’s Hotel Windsor, here's what you shouldn't miss.
this photographer spent a month in bathrooms making her friends cry
Tasha Tylee’s series Cry Baby is a study of sadness, friendship and crying in the shower.
greens propose a 'living wage' for struggling creatives
As part of their election promise, the Greens vow to reverse funding cuts to the arts sector and supplement wages to support the vital industries.
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