‘Women in Vogue’ celebrates 60 years as well as the role the magazine has played in the lives of Australian women since its first publication in 1959.
In his first solo exhibition at GAGPROJECTS, Joseph Häxan presents a series of photographs that instantly arrest and compel the viewer.
Tianli Zu shares animations and hand-cut works that address transcendence and the duality of existence.
Staff of the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra present '[dash]topia', works that probe important questions.
Chloë Waddell presents mixed media collage works incorporating photo, painting and drawing, which depict the tree-lined streets of Sydney’s north side.
Floating transcendence and anchored realism share equal magnitude in Monica Rohan’s painting.
For 'This is not a wallflower', Valerie Sparks brings landscape and botanical art together through a series of wallpaper installations.
‘After me, the flood’ by Carissa Karamarko explores the idea that objects are not simply static placeholders arbitrarily taking space.
‘OzAsia Festival’ brings artists from Australia and Asia together in a celebration of music, theatre, dance, film, literature and visual art.
‘Flatland’ by Tricky Walsh presents an exploration of the universe in vivacious colour and geometric configurations.
White Rabbit Gallery marks 10 years with 'THEN', curated by David Williams and charting the gallery’s history of patronage, collection building and curatorship.
‘Threads Through Art’ is an exhibition of hand-woven tapestries from public and private collections by eighteen of Australia’s most celebrated artists.