What it lacks in size, the exhibit deeply makes up for in character. The fifty pieces, picked out from over six-hundred entries, are cloaked in personality, thought, and clear consideration for art as a medium.
Whilst the marches, sit-ins, and picket lines of the world are powerful, street-art will always be one of the most enduring manifestations of public outcry against the status quo.
Universalism is often a dangerous concept, but perhaps there’s something in the idea that shapes are a unit, something that we can construct a world of thought out of.
A new addition to the Art Gallery of NSW, filled with an array of stunning artworks, will be available to the public this Saturday.
A collaboration between Honi Soit and The Power Institute. Facilitated by Nick Croggon and Katrina Liberiou.
In conversation with Redfern’s art-space Duckrabbit — How can young artists afford to be artists, and what types of collective spaces make it possible?
Sydney Dance Company returns to Walsh Bay to deliver a shimmering rendition of Raphael Bonachela’s 2018 creation, ab [intra].
The 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes open to the public today.
The winner of the 2022 Archibald Prize will be announced this Friday 13 May, with the exhibition opening to the public the following day.
I know I can always return to my grandmother’s kitchen to bring us that little bit closer.