For the third time in five years, the illustrious EVOLVE Awards championed by Designer Rugs returns in 2015… and it’s going to be BIG.
Do we all want the same interior products? In a world where all design products, real and fake, are helping create a homogenise world; what does this mean for the future of creative design?
Last Tuesday night, in Sydney and Melbourne, we held our Indesign Milan Review - at Spence & Lyda in Sydney and Jardan in Melbourne. Here we look at the Melbourne discussion.
On Tuesday night, in Sydney and Melbourne, we held our Indesign Milan Review - at Spence & Lyda in Sydney and Jardan in Melbourne. Our panelists spoke with conviction on their experiences at the fair, offering our audiences an engaging, interactive, and ultimately more meaningful report than can be gleaned from a screen. Here we look at the Sydney discussion.
Australasia's international art fair, Sydney Contemporary, expands to fill entire the Carriageworks precinct with over 75 leading galleries from the Pacific Rim and beyond.
A festive evening of beautiful food and happy faces marked the launch of Habitus' first ever special issue: Kitchen & Bathroom.
From photography to painting, light shows to exhibitions of jewels, here we give you a selection of what's on in the world of Art right now.
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.