French designer Pierre Yovanovitch makes his Australian debut with an exhibition at CRITERIA’s new showroom. The showcase features a curated selection of his renowned furniture designs, alongside contemporary artworks by Australian artists.
Unveiling the influence of mid-century Japan on Australian architect Robin Boyd, this new exhibition at Walsh Street, curated by Marika Neustupny and Nigel Bertram, offers an insightful exploration of the architect’s encounters in Japan.
Your external environment mirrors the energy aligned with your inner dialogue at Rive Roshan’s first solo exhibition in Australia, ‘Internal Reflection.’ Hosted at Gallery Sally Dan Cuthbert from February through March.
Yavuz Gallery foregrounds a cultural conversation with the unveiling of ‘Desert Songs’. The major exhibition by leading indigenous artist Vincent Namatjira OAM explores a vibrant narrative of personal histories through a series of bold and unapologetically political paintings.
Across a magical threshold and beyond the every day, Fairy Tales is an unexpected and immersive exhibition at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art this summer.
Established in 2001, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has had a home in recent years at the Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf. This year’s winner is Anita Johnson.
Working to a speculative brief of ‘designing for utopia’, 12 designers have been invited to showcase their work for Design Fringe, a program that’s part of the Melbourne Fringe. And you can expect thought-provoking pieces that push the boundaries.
Saturday Indesign was bursting with energy and excitement in 2023. We bring you the wrap on all the insights from this year’s design extravaganza.
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!
Curated by France-based architects Lacaton & Vassal, ‘Living in the City’ runs at the Tin Sheds Gallery within the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning until September 23.
The grand dame of Scandinavian design – Nanna Ditzel – was recently celebrated in a delightful exhibition and soirée, hosted by Great Dane and Georg Jensen.