Melbourne's The Ian Potter Museum of Art is the next destination for the immersive work 'EXIT' that visually maps the intricacies of globalisation.
Melbournes The Ian Potter Museum of Art is the next destination for

Across Borders — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/28/2017 at 03:15. Facebook
Elvis Richardson is known as a feminist artist and activist. But when she met writer Anna Dunnill they discovered that they both also have a passion for crime, or at least detective stories.
Elvis Richardson is known as a feminist artist and activist But when

Elvis Richardson — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/28/2017 at 01:23. Facebook
'Van Gogh and the Seasons' officially opens to the public today at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV International).

"This exhibition sees Van Gogh’s struggle with questions of life. The seasons are allegorical – reaping and sowing, represent growth in life and death in harvest."
Van Gogh and the Seasons officially opens to the public today at

Van Gogh and the Seasons — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Antonio De Robertis
Antonio De Robertis
Antonio De Robertis
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/27/2017 at 04:46. Facebook
Happy Belated 100th Birthday Sidney Nolan!

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Sidney Nolan’s birth the National Gallery of Victoria are currently displaying Nolan’s Wimmera paintings. Created in rather unusual circumstances, the Wimmera paintings were produced during Nolan’s military service and represent some of Nolan’s first attempts at depicting the Australian landscape.
Happy Belated 100th Birthday Sidney Nolan

Celebrating the Centenary of Sidney Nolan’s Birth — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/27/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
One of Australia’s preeminent contemporary artists, Christian Thompson, is returning to stage his first ever survey show at the Monash University Museum of Art.

Thompson has spent close to the last decade in Europe and the UK, studying performance in the Netherlands before becoming one of the first Indigenous Australians to attend Oxford University, where he completed his doctorate in 2015.
One of Australias preeminent contemporary artists Christian Thompson is returning to stage

Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/26/2017 at 03:13. Facebook
In a show of collective solidarity, 14 artist-led and cross-disciplinary organisations around Australia have gotten together to form All Conference, a platform that aims to support and articulate the value of artist-run and experimental organisations.

Tiarney Miekus spoke with Channon Goodwin, director of Bus Projects, about how All Conference started.
In a show of collective solidarity 14 artistled and crossdisciplinary organisations around

Fourteen ARIs join forces in All Conference — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/26/2017 at 01:50. Facebook
Our May/June 2017 issue will be in newsagents and galleries on May 1st.

Our cover features a work by Sam Leach, titled 'Sofa (after superstudio)', 2017, oil and resin on wood, 40.6 x 40.6 cm. Image courtesy of Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney.
Our MayJune 2017 issue will be in newsagents and galleries on May 1st
Richard Newton
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/26/2017 at 01:47. Facebook
Image by Jesse Marlow from our May/June studio visit with Brook Andrew.
Image by Jesse Marlow from our MayJune studio visit with Brook Andrew
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/26/2017 at 01:45. Facebook
May/June 2017 issue of Art Guide Australia, out May 1st. Cover image by Sam Leach, 'Sofa (after superstudio)', 2017, oil and resin on wood, 40.6 x 40.6 cm. Image courtesy of Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney.
MayJune 2017 issue of Art Guide Australia out May 1st Cover image
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
04/24/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
English sculptor Rayner Hoff moved to Sydney in 1923 and quickly became a major player in the Australian art scene. Historian Deborah Beck traces his career trajectory in her book, 'Rayner Hoff: The Life of a Sculptor.'

The extract below, reprinted with permission from Chapter 14: Burning the Candle, details how Hoff won the Anzac Memorial commission.
English sculptor Rayner Hoff moved to Sydney in 1923 and quickly became

Rayner Hoff: The Life of a Sculptor — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
“Perhaps a common theme throughout is that brands change, people change and everything dies,” says Melbourne artist Darren Sylvester of the works in his solo exhibition at Neon Parc, Brunswick.
Perhaps a common theme throughout is that brands change people change and

Darren Sylvester — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Melissa Bittkau
Fiona Hall’s solo show, 'Gateless Gate' at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, reads like a meditation on the senselessness of war: the perfect antidote to the beer-soaked, jingoistic, flag-waving frenzy that often seems to accompany the more sombre rituals of ANZAC day.
Fiona Halls solo show Gateless Gate at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery reads like

Fiona Hall — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Sarah Cheers
Steve Armstrong
Lisa Honeychurch
Nicola Smith's latest exhibition 'A Whole Night' is on display at Sarah Cottier Gallery until 20 May.

“I am interested in the relationship between cinema and painting,” the Sydney-based artist explains, specifically, “the affinity the two mediums share, the influence painting has had on the moving image, and, in return, the influence the moving image has had on painting.”
Nicola Smiths latest exhibition A Whole Night is on display at Sarah

Nicola Smith: A Whole Night — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
David Fairbairn's latest exhibition 'Drawn to Print' at Tweed Regional Art Gallery, Murwilumbah, couples existing drawings with newly printed works.

Sheridan Coleman asked Fairbairn to unravel his approach to portraiture and to discuss how he knows when a work is finished.
David Fairbairns latest exhibition Drawn to Print at Tweed Regional Art Gallery

David Fairbairn — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
In a career spanning over forty years, Raymond Arnold has continuously explored how we see and represent landscape.

Touching upon mining, climate change, memory and mortality, 'Prospect & Refuge' at Australian Galleries (Melbourne) considers the Tasmanian landscape through a series of etchings and prints.
In a career spanning over forty years Raymond Arnold has continuously explored

Raymond Arnold: Prospect & Refuge — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
"In fact, while it is not impossible, it is difficult to get away from the issue of gender when working with embroidery."

In 'Slipstitch' at Mosman Art Gallery​, curator Belinda von Mengersen presented works by 12 Australian artists who make the most of the cultural associations of embroidery.
In fact while it is not impossible it is difficult to get

'Slipstitch' at Mosman Art Gallery – Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Mosman Art Gallery
"In March, respected monthly peer-reviewed science journal 'Nature Climate Change' argued that art and music “anchors” climate change to culture, that a conversation on the planet’s future can be built through the visceral experiences of the visual and the aural."

ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 offers 30 exhibitions and a score of additional public programs to inform, inspire and encourage personal...
View details ⇨
In March respected monthly peerreviewed science journal Nature Climate Change argued that

ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE Festival

artguide.com.au
Bruce Vinall
Suz Rogers
Nola Taylor
Gardens can provide both inspiration and refuge. Briony Downes spoke to six Australian artist about their passion for plants.

"Even when he could hear artillery exploding near his Giverny garden in eastern Normandy during WW1, Claude Monet was still compelled to paint the flowers and watery reflections he found there. Similarly, Frida Kahlo sought solace among the plants at her home, Casa...
View details ⇨
Gardens can provide both inspiration and refuge Briony Downes spoke to six

From Little Things Big Things Grow — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Melanie Susan McKenzie
Susan Margareta Allwood
Elizabeth Stein
The first 21 artists have been announced for the 21st Biennale of Sydney.

Taking place from March to June next year, over 70 artists are expected to participate in the 21st Biennale. The first 21 announced include internationally renowned artists Ai Weiwei (China), Haegue Yang (Korea), Laurent Grasso (France), Eija-Liisa Ahtila (Finland), and Rika Noguchi (Japan).
The first 21 artists have been announced for the 21st Biennale of Sydney

Artists Revealed for 21st Biennale of Sydney — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au
Claire Lambe weaves an uneasy narrative through a warp of found archives, personal records, films, studio documentation, architecture and design.

Lambe's latest exhibition 'Mother Holding Something Horrific' is currently on display at ACCA - Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
Claire Lambe weaves an uneasy narrative through a warp of found archives

Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific — Art Guide Australia

artguide.com.au