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‘Time as a volume’: Massive new work will dominate historic site

‘Time as a volume’: Massive new work will dominate historic site

Daniel Crooks’ upcoming installation at Hyde Park Barracks may be his biggest yet.

  • by Lenny Ann Low

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Giant robot mechs and walking sushi: Inside the mind of Vivid’s youngest star

Giant robot mechs and walking sushi: Inside the mind of Vivid’s youngest star

Vivid’s youngest-ever artist is bringing his original creations to the ASN Clocktower, behind the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay.

  • by Linda Morris
How to solve a problem like Picasso? NGV show puts him in his place (and time)

How to solve a problem like Picasso? NGV show puts him in his place (and time)

The #MeToo era has made us far less tolerant of misogynistic geniuses such as the father of Cubism.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
Another Tiwi Islander makes her mark on footy’s big stage

Another Tiwi Islander makes her mark on footy’s big stage

Following in the footsteps of the Riolis and Longs, artist Jennifer Louise Coombes is the latest Tiwi Islander to show her artistry on the footy field.

  • by Jack Latimore
Sandstone Sydney landmark becomes temporary home for flood-damaged artworks
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Sandstone Sydney landmark becomes temporary home for flood-damaged artworks

A valuable Margaret Olley still life is among 600-plus artworks that have been evacuated to the Old Registrar General’s Building on Macquarie Street for restoration.

  • by Linda Morris
‘I hope to be better still’: Why legendary artist Ken Done is painting over his old pictures

‘I hope to be better still’: Why legendary artist Ken Done is painting over his old pictures

For Ken Done, the passion for painting still burns bright, but equally strong is his desire to make the most of all of his work.

  • by Nick Galvin
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Enjoy your sculptures by the sea? Wait until you see them in the Snowies

Enjoy your sculptures by the sea? Wait until you see them in the Snowies

The creators of the sculpture trail along Sydney’s east coast have turned their attention inland to one of Australia’s renowned beauty spots.

  • by John McDonald
Exclusive Subscriber Offer – Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes 2022 Exhibition

Exclusive Subscriber Offer – Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes 2022 Exhibition

Herald subscribers can enjoy 2-for-1 tickets to Australia’s most engaging art event.

Why is a major Sydney arts festival ‘working with Google’ to offer an unpaid internship?

Why is a major Sydney arts festival ‘working with Google’ to offer an unpaid internship?

The Biennale of Sydney has drawn criticism after advertising an unpaid internship for a project developed in partnership with Google.

  • by Meg Watson
‘Pissed off’ and political: Blak Douglas on his Archibald Prize-winning work

‘Pissed off’ and political: Blak Douglas on his Archibald Prize-winning work

Entitled Moby Dickens, Douglas’ portrait portrays artist Karla Dickens knee-deep in floodwater in her hometown of Lismore.

  • by Linda Morris and Helen Pitt
How reimagining a classic nude became a subversive act

How reimagining a classic nude became a subversive act

Revealing my very white butt cheeks in a Venus-like nude in the Archibald was so much more than just a good prank.

  • by Benjamin Law