An exhibition at Old Government House offers a considered and surprising look domestic design by juxtaposing contemporary and colonial furniture.
Chinese-born and Dutch-trained, Zhuang Hong Yi has constantly impressed the art world since completing an apprenticeship at the Minerva Academy in the Netherlands, infusing his work with an East-meets-West approach.
Factory Design District is the three day event and exhibition brainchild of Kobe Johns that will run over three days during Vivid Sydney to showcase Australian designers and manufacturers.
The first major survey of Australian fashion will open at the National Gallery of Victoria from March 5 to July 31, presenting more than 120 works from over 90 designers and celebrating Australia’s unique voice in the fashion industry.
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.
From photography to painting, a new show featuring Aboriginal art to an exhibition inspired by plants, here we give you a selection of what’s on in the world of Art right now.
It seems counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? To make art, or sculpture, out of something intangible? And yet it is widely done. Light Show, opening this Thursday at MCA, explains how. Words by Tess Ritchie.
Perth-born, Sydney-based artist Mason Kimber has been experimenting with traditional fresco techniques in his latest body of work. With a solo exhibition opening this week, we chat to the painter about inspiration, architectural memory, and the joys and challenges of making art.
One of Australia’s most significant contemporary artists, Shaun Gladwell (b.1972), returns to Sydney for a major exhibition spread across two galleries, presented by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) in association with UNSW Galleries.