Australia’s most seminal design and arts event Semi-Permanent will return this year, as a part of the Vivid Sydney line-up.
From sell-out shows in Los Angeles and the Guggenheim Museum, New York, comes the National Gallery of Australia’s summer blockbuster James Turrell: A Retrospective.
Featuring bold, colourful sculptures and installations, Emily Floyd: The Dawn is a survey exhibition of selected works from Floyd’s remarkable fifteen year career from 21 November 2014 to 1 March 2015 at NGV Australia.
A dazzling retrospective honours Robert Jacks, one of Australia’s very special artists. Words by Paul McGillick.
Newly launched Badger & Fox Gallery in Surry Hills has officially partnered with Sala Parés Gallery, Barcelona to exhibit works from two of Spain’s finest contemporary artists, Alejandro Quincoces and Carlos Morago.
Apartment living need not be cramped and confined. A bit of creative thinking and the careful curation of the right furniture items can transform your space – as Domo demonstrated in their recent pop-up Ligne Roset exhibition.
Midnight Modern is a collection of large-scale works by Melbourne-based photographer Tom Blachford. Captured under the light of a supermoon, Classic Palm Springs mid-century architecture become the moody subject.
Hosted at the spacious Designer Rugs Edgecliff showroom, the launch of Hare + Klein's new collection was celebrated with an elegant evening function that drew a large crowd of friends, family and industry faces.
Awaroa Master Class is a weekend event for architects and academics young and old to celebrate place and culture, and architectural legends. Registrations open now.
Taking their long-standing partnership to the next level, Habitus and John Warldle Architects collaborate to host the LiveLife conversation at JWA studio in Rokeby St in Collingwood for Melbourne Indesign.
For anyone with an interest in design, here's an event for you: WORKSHOPPED 14 Clean Slaate. With 54 designers, 10 days and 60,000 visitors, it's the single largest event part of Sydney Design 2014, held at the Supa Centa Moore Park, Sydney 14 – 24 August.
We announce our topic for the Habitus LiveLife conversation at Melbourne Indesign.
The phenomenological experience of space and spatial relationships is central to Coulter's practice, executed through the manipulation of two dimensional and three dimensional surfaces. Emma is currently undertaking her Masters at the Victorian College of the Arts to further investigate queries into spatial practice.