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Show me the Monet: new digital exhibition brings French masters to Sydney

Show me the Monet: new digital exhibition brings French masters to Sydney

Monet & Friends – Life, Light & Colour premieres at Sydney’s Royal Hall of Industries in March.

  • by Steve Meacham

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Shining a light on a new mystery: can you collect performance art?

Shining a light on a new mystery: can you collect performance art?

The National Gallery of Victoria is joining an international project to work out how to acquire and store performance art for posterity.

  • by Nick Miller
When art needs an essay to be understood

When art needs an essay to be understood

If you visited this exhibition without a program, you’d have no idea what the bits of plasticine have to do with disability.

  • by Robert Nelson
'The artists may not all like each other but they all liked Lucio’s'

'The artists may not all like each other but they all liked Lucio’s'

For 37 years Australia's leading artists have eaten, got drunk, argued, and loved at Lucio Galletto's restaurant. At the end of an era, they tell why.

  • by Susan Wyndham
A culture lover's guide to Instagram

A culture lover's guide to Instagram

If you love art, film, music and books, here are the 25 accounts you need to follow.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris
The inaugural Quarantine Art Fair takes art to holidaymakers

The inaugural Quarantine Art Fair takes art to holidaymakers

A pop-up art show at Portsea takes works by some of Australia's top artists to holidaymakers.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
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Artist 'drums' Carriageworks after losing studio space

Artist 'drums' Carriageworks after losing studio space

Last year was full of anxiety for most, but Sydney artist Tina Havelock Stevens found a unique way to cope.

  • by Josh Dye
The moments that defined Australian art in 2020
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The moments that defined Australian art in 2020

From record-setting auctions to the Archibald Prize, art critic John McDonald paints a portrait of the year that was.

  • by John McDonald
Empty shopfronts and laneways become galleries for new Melbourne festival

Empty shopfronts and laneways become galleries for new Melbourne festival

The inaugural art event will turn the top end of town into an al fresco gallery open 24 hours a day.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
Inaugural billboard art prize awarded to Melbourne artists

Inaugural billboard art prize awarded to Melbourne artists

In a year that has revolved around our online existence, it seems an appropriate prize: the first for an artwork designed for a digital billboard

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
Melbourne artists bridge cultures at the NGV Triennial

Melbourne artists bridge cultures at the NGV Triennial

A dozen Victorian artists and designers have prime locations in the NGV’s blockbuster exhibition.

  • by Ray Edgar