Sydney Contemporary is on again and with it the social whirl of cultural activities, talks, and events. It is however the exhibiting galleries that are the main focus with some of the world’s best galleries gathering for this annual event. Here we highlight 13 must-sees.
Sydney Contemporary is just around the corner, and we’re pleased as punch to be an official media partner for the 2023 edition. As a first look at what to expect, our editor-at-large Gillian Serisier outlines 12 must-see installations – plus Habitus readers receive a 25% discount on tickets!
In car boot style art fair, Cut N Polish provides visitors and collectors with the opportunity to meet artists, support their practises and purchase works in a ‘cash and carry’ model with all proceeds going straight to the artists themselves.
Immersive, grandiose and just the right amount of overwhelming, the audiovisual installation from acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda couples the raw power of the mediums with a pure, minimal concept.
The latest show from critically acclaimed New Zealand Dance company Mau has received a stellar reception around the world for its artistic ambition and political resonance. Habitusliving converses with choreographer Lemi Ponifasio to learn more about his inspiration and motivation.