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In this weeks newsletter, we have three double passes to give away to see 'David Hockney: Current' at the National Gallery of Victoria. Click through for details on how to enter.

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'The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture' will arrive at the National Gallery of Victoria in Spring 2017. #ngvmelbourne
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'New World Order' at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre features Hany Armanious, Soda_Jerk, Jess Johnson, Ryan Presley, Zoe M. Robertson, Pope Alice, and more – an international line-up of artists and disruptors who challenge mainstream narratives of progress and technology.

Rebecca Gallo spoke to curator Ella Barclay about conspiracy theories, post-truth in the post-internet era, and what it...
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Ella Barclay on conspiracy theories and the New World Order — Art Guide Australia

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A major restoration program at Versailles has allowed a number of significant objects to travel from France to Australia for the first time.

In 'Versailles: Treasures from the Palace' at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, more than 130 paintings, meticulous tapestries, pieces of gilded furniture and garden sculptures offer a sense of the rampant extravagance surrounding the French...
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Artist Salote Tawale has been awarded the inaugural Arts NSW Visual Artists Fellowship.

Tawale was selected from a shortlist of six NSW artists which also included: Khadim Ali, Linda Dement, Karla Dickens, Bianca Hester and Hiromi Tango.

Salote Tawale wins 2017 Arts NSW Visual Artists Fellowship — Art Guide Australia

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"Artist Bronwyn Oliver made room for women to work without being associated with the tropes that art history had written for them."

'The Sculpture of Bronwyn Oliver' is currently on display at TarraWarra Museum of Art.

The Sculpture of Bronwyn Oliver — Art Guide Australia

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Soda_Jerk, a two-person art collective formed in Sydney in 2002, has been awarded the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission (IPMIC).

This is the third commission in the ten-year program for new works by mid-career Australian artists.

Soda_Jerk awarded the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission — Art Guide Australia

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French artist Philippe Parreno has built a pseudo cinema environment in the largest ACMI gallery. Instead of having a chronological screening of films, he has developed computer algorithms that will randomise what happens on-screen.

His exhibition 'Thenabouts' opens today at ACMI.

Philippe Parreno presents his films randomly rotated — Art Guide Australia

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"It’s an art historical convention that there is a difference between nudes and naked bodies. Nudes (both male and female) are meant to be pure idealised form, devoid of salacious overtones."

Tracey Clement reviews 'The Public Body .01' which was on display at Artspace Sydney in October this year.

The Public Body .01 — Art Guide Australia

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12/02/2016 at 01:53. Facebook
In the absence of words, visual correspondence facilitated an exchange between artists Julian Martin from Arts Project Australia and Matlock Griffiths from Darren Knight Gallery.

Artists collaborate without talking — Art Guide Australia

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As gallery director Chris Saines notes in the exhibition catalogue, 'No.1 Neighbour: Art in Papua New Guinea 1966-2016' at Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art offers PNG’s “cultural expression, giving us insight into the history of contact, and the ongoing strength of kastom (customary law, religion and government).”

No.1 Neighbour: Art in Papua New Guinea 1966 – 2016 — Art Guide Australia

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There is more to food than gourmet dining and celebrity chefs. Rebecca Shanahan examines the dark side of our attitudes to food and looks at artists who take on the meaty topic of food security.

Consuming the Future — Art Guide Australia

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Artists Mikala Dwyer (NSW) and Michelle Nikou (SA) have been announced as the recipients of the inaugural $20,000 NAVA Visual Arts Fellowship.

NAVA Visual Arts Fellowships 2016 announced — Art Guide Australia

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Artists Ruth O'Leary, Sarah CrowEST, Minna Gilligan and Cluny McCullagh discuss the ways in which they incorporate fashion or dress into their practice.

"These are the people who are turning over questions of feminism, identity and performance, and are providing an antithesis to the planned obsolescence of “Fast, disposal fashion,” says CrowEST."

Fashion in galleries and art as fashion — Art Guide Australia

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Su Baker has dedicated her long career to painting and educating in equal measure. As Nicholas Thompson puts it in his foreward to the recent monograph on the artist, 'Su Baker: Sustained Sensation', she has led a “double life”.

Sean Lowry, in his latest essay included in the monograph, considers the continued relevance of painting in our post-digital age through the lens of Baker’s practice.

Su Baker: Sustained Sensation — Art Guide Australia

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This week, in our redesigned newsletter, Jon Cattapan and Tracey Clement discuss JG Ballard's novel 'The Drowned World', Nick Selenitsch explores 'The Nature of Things' at Sutton Gallery, and more.

Our top five exhibitions to see this week include Abdul Abdullah's ‘Burden’ at Fehily Contemporary and ‘Light Geist' at Fremantle Arts Centre (pictured).

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Lisa Sullivan, curator of the group show 'Tricking the eye: contemporary trompe l'oeil' at Geelong Gallery, saw potential in the historical style of trompe l'oeil, and is determined to point out that the genre also has a 21st-century edge.

Tricking the eye: contemporary trompe l’oeil — Art Guide Australia

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Polly Borland's latest photographic series, 'Not Good at Human' at Sullivan + Strumpf stems from her feelings of displacement after moving to Los Angeles.

Polly Borland — Art Guide Australia

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Kerstin Thompson Architects (KTA) have been announced as the winning firm in the competition to design a new gallery for Arthur Boyd’s collection as part of the Bundanon Trust masterplan.

New gallery in Bundanon Trust masterplan — Art Guide Australia

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In the first of a new series of feature articles, we’ve brought together artists and writers who share an interest (besides art).

Artist Jon Cattapan sat down with writer Tracey Clement to discuss JG Ballard’s novel 'The Drowned World' and the importance of bearing witness.

Jon Cattapan: Soon it would be too hot — Art Guide Australia

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