Canberra’s M16 Artspace is showcasing three very different and unique exhibits over the course of February
Sydney artist Amaya Lang and Tasmanian artist Sheila Alati have formed a unique art collaboration called Glops that will be exhibited at UNSW Art & Design's Kudos Gallery, from 16 February to 27 February.
The 2016 Art Month Sydney has been officially announced for this March, and will see a dynamic line up of talks and tours, spread around key Sydney locations and historic hot spots
The School of Life's Sydney Pop-Up Term program is now on sale, running from 28 February to 23 March at the Australian Design Centre.
Work by more than 80 artists featured in The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) will reflect the vigour of expanding creative centres throughout Asia and the Pacific, running from November 21 2015 to April 10 2015 at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane
20th Biennale of Sydney has unveiled its initial artist list and exhibition program presented across seven ‘Embassies of Thought’.
The National Gallery of Victoria is presenting a major international exhibition featuring Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei, two of the most significant artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries
2016 will see Carriageworks hosting a half-century look back over the work of Ghanaian artist El Anatsui
The Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation has announced the fourth iteration of the architectural pavilion series Fugitive Structures, which will features a bamboo “green steel” structure
Indesign: The Event returns to Australia’s capital of culture, on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th of August 2016.
For six months, Hong Kong will be part of the largest ever public art installation the city has ever seen as Event Horizon sees 31 human style sculptures dotted across buildings and streets
Renowned artist Alesandro Ljubicic will be presenting a bold new exhibition in 2016, The Scent of Painting, which will bring his daring use of oil paints and bold hues to life
The seventh annual Art Month Sydney has been announced for 2016, with a new artistic director and fresh programming ideas to celebrate Sydney’s creative ecosystem