Sasha Huber film still from Rentyhorn.
Courtesy the artist and the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
Sasha Huber’s work often involves renaming colonial landmarks, including a mountain in Switzerland.
Untitled by Ugandan artist Peter Mulindwa.
James Muriuki courtesy Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute
Mwili, Akili na Roho represents 50 years of art from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania – from 1950 to 2000.
Hockney’s 25th of June 2022, Looking at the Flowers (Framed).
Annely Juda Fine Art
Hockney’s 20 Flowers and Some Bigger Pictures depict joy in the humdrum of domesticity.
Dilomprizulike chooses garbage as his main material. His inspiration is from his father.
Dilomprizulike WaitingForBus AfricaRemix installation
Dilomprizulike’s startling vision has both mesmerised and befuddled art critics and audiences by equal turns.
Collection of timber samples from the Powerhouse Museum’s historic collection, 1886-1932.
Eucalyptusdom is a testament to the utilitarian and cultural life of a remarkable tree.
Image author supplied, taken by Pamela Pirovic
At a time of pandemic, an extraordinary photographic project unfolded between sheets of clear plastic.
Anonymous accounts of racism in gallery spaces criticise the industry for failing to tackle systemic discrimination.
Anonymous accounts show how urgently contemporary galleries need to confront legacies of discrimination
Majestic c.1929 Collection: Bobby Haas and Haas Moto Museum.
© Haas Moto Galleries LLC. Photographer: Grant Schwingle
An exhibition of 100 motorcycles celebrates them as revved up works of art, worthy of our desire.
Arthur Streeton The vanishing forest 1934, oil on canvas, 122.5 x 122.5 cm.
On loan to the Art Gallery of Ballarat from the Estate of Margery Pierce
A major new exhibition presents a nuanced view of Arthur Streeton who, in his lifetime, was praised as being the artist ‘who has shown us our land as no one else has done’.
Untitled. 2015. Pen and Ink on Paper. 60 x 71 cm.
Ernst van der Wal
Beautiful art can provide hope and healing.
Marcel Duchamp, ‘From or by Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Sélavy (Box in a valise)’ 1935-41, 1963-65 (contents); Series F, 1966 edition, mixed media, 41.3 x 38.4 x 9.5 cm Philadelphia Museum of Art, gift of Mme Marcel Duchamp, 1994-43-1.
© Association Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP. Copyright Agency, 2019
Some 50 years after his death, a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales shows why the work of Marcel Duchamp continues to challenge the very idea of what art may be.
Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Pretty Beach, 2019, installation view, The National 2019: New Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, painted wood, silver plate ball chain, crystals, audio, image courtesy the artist and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
© the artist, photograph: Jacquie Manning.
Abdul-Rahman Abdullah’s installation Pretty Beach tells a story from the artist’s childhood to explore mortality and grief.
Installation view of Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor on display at NGV International from 5 April – 4 August 2019 © 2019 Calder Foundation, New York / Copyright Agency, Australia.
A new exhibition charting Alexander Calder’s atypical path into the modernist art canon is elegant, dramatic and great fun.
Sam Cranstoun, Utopia, The National, Carriageworks.
The ambitiously named exhibition, The National: New Australian Art, lives up to its title as a visual examination of Australia in an age of uncertainty.
Peta Clancy, Undercurrent 1, from the series Undercurrent, 2018-19, inkjet pigment print, W120 x H85cm each image approx.
Courtesy the artist
There is a long history of cultural silence on the frontier wars that characterised Australia’s colonisation. Peta Clancy’s exhibition invites us to see this history in the Victorian landscape.
Installation view: Quilty featuring Pancreatitis (Kenny), The Last Supper (Bottom Feeder) and Farewell virginity by Ben Quilty, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 2019.
Photo: Grant Handcock.
Ben Quilty is the next big thing in Australian art. Will he be allowed - and will he allow himself - to explore and find his true potential as an artist?
Song dynasty 960–1279 Feng Dayou (active mid 12th century) ‘Taiye lotus pond’, album leaf, colours on silk.
23.8 x 25.1 cm. National Palace Museum, Taipei
Photo: © National Palace Museum, Taipei
The first major loan to Australia from a repository of canonical art works of Chinese culture deserves to be seen by all those interested in Chinese art.
Detail from Alex Seton’s A Durable Solution? - a series of memorial plaques naming the 12 men who have died under our ‘care’.
Sullivan & Strumpf
Alex Seton’s sculpture A Durable Solution? dominates the protest exhibition at the forthcoming ALP national conference. He has also created an official memorial to Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan
Infrared and visible light satellite data is recoloured to produce striking images of Australia.
The Open Air project features satellite data interpreted and coloured to produce beautiful, surreal images of Australian landforms.
Eugène Delacroix’s ‘Self-Portrait in a Green Vest’ (1837).
Through his art and his travels, 19th-century French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix sought to understand the chaos of an era he called ‘the century of unbelievable things.’