Lena Wang and Eric Gonzales live out their larcenous fantasies in Stirrup Gallery’s innovative Art Heist.
Peter Walsh picks on someone his own size.
Emma Balfour saw a pretentious French play and it wasn’t awful
You may have seen posters along King St proudly stating, ‘Real Australians Say Welcome’. Katie Davern spoke to the man behind the message, Peter Drew, about his street art, targeted at long-overdue political and social change.
Chloe Hazelwood on politics of identity in art.
Sam Langford gets curatorial with USyd’s finest young talent.
Samantha Jonscher walked into a bar (and an art gallery).
Alix Sanders-Garner attended the NSW art gallery’s headline exhibition and realised that everybody can be an artist.
Contemporary Japanese art is not driving social change, writes Marcus James.
Is the Sydney Biennale really an art festival? Patricia Arcilla finds out.