Canberra based artist Alexander Boynes is a creative thinker who views the world through a strong and defined social conscience, reflecting deeply on our country's shared past.
'Painting amongst other things' examines how contemporary painting might be encountered within an expanded field.
'The Garden' expands Julia McInerney’s interest in translation between text and material forms, as well as the biblical and botanical significance of the apple.
Arndt Art Agency presents 'Au', a group show consisting of 15 leading contemporary artists from Europe, Asia and Australia.
Ronnie van Hout's distinctive brand of existential absurdism and tragicomic characters have simultaneously unsettled and beguiled audiences.
Carriageworks presents internationally acclaimed French conceptual artist Daniel Buren’s installation ‘Like Child’s Play’. Exploring our relationship with childhood, space and colour.
Hannah Fox’s abstract paintings immortalise the delicate and poignant transition of day to night and the quiet stillness it invites into the world every day in her current exhibition at Hub Furniture.
Four contemporary artists have created new works based on historical and civic artefacts from the Town Hall Gallery Collection for the 'Unknown, Untitled' exhibition.
‘Landmarks’ by Ilona Schneider investigates the historical footprint of industry and technology, as well as human habitation, on Tasmania’s landscape.
‘Into Light’ showcases works from the Musée de la Chartreuse in Douai, France. Classical and Post-Impressionist paintings from the museum’s collection reveal changes in French art during the 19th century.
Nineteen artists will present unique fibre and textile works in this showcase that the gallery hopes will promote the nuance and legitimacy of the medium.
Tony Coleing's print-media works use satire to highlight social, political and environmental issues which he presents 'Peking duck duck duck' at Utopia Art Sydney.