The Museum of Water invites people to bring samples of water significant to them.
Warhol has become one of the most well known artists in the world, but his work still has secrets to reveal.
In the face of planetary problems such as climate change, does national citizenship lose its meaning?
Science cannot ensure a sustainable future for the world’s population on its own. Artists are needed as well.
The graphic novel has become a literary phenomenon, but the name doesn't adequately describe the medium's flexibility, diversity and potential.
An Australian virtual reality work premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this week takes the viewer on a wild ride through space.
The Marxist philosopher, art critic and novelist popularised complex ideas and helped bring art into the mainstream.
In an ideal world, students might visit original cave sites to see ancient paintings in their natural setting. This isn't possible, so the idea of an artificial cave set-up at a university was born.
The V&A’s current exhibition, Revolution, highlights that all is not rosy from the vantage point of 2016.
Many leading Australian artists have benefitted from a Samstag scholarship. But who were the Samstags and what motivated them to create this legacy?
No longer a smoke-and-mirrors spectacle enjoyed on a grand scale, entertainment is now indivisible from our daily life. From cricket matches to blockbuster shows, amusement is the name of the game.
Can empathy be taught to students in the healthcare professions? A groundbreaking project is using visual art to ensure they pay attention to the whole person, not just the disease.
War got the futurists noticed and earned them new respect.
Helen Marten, this year's winner, has revealed a sense of something progressive and pioneering.
A new exhibition exploring the relationship between birds and humans is variously gaudy, delightful and disturbing. We sent two ecologists along to review the show.
A new modern art exhibition in Tehran is being promoted as a bracing act of cultural diplomacy. But we should look a little deeper.
Fake Cambodian sculptures have infiltrated the antiquities market, where they remain unacknowledged and their production continues unabated.
When art meets the biological sciences, living matter becomes the medium. From the chaotic beauty of smallpox to poems implanted in bacteria, Bio-art investigates the boundaries of life and death.
All eyes are on ex-forces veterans come Remembrance Day. We may see heroes – but no one asks them whether they want to fit that mould.
A new exhibition at MONA, curated by scientists, explores the biological and evolutionary origins of art. The show is spectacular - but it offers an overwhelmingly male perspective.