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Neon, glass, mirror, metal and acrylic are placed in precarious relationships in Brendan Van Hek’s upcoming exhibition at Turner Galleries.
With each material relying on the other, the sculptural forms hint towards what the artist calls “movements and instances.”
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Claudia Nicholson broaches the complexities of identity with humour and resolve. Her work can be seen in The National at Carriageworks until 25 June.
Claudia Nicholson broaches the complexities of identity with humour and resolve Her

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In the group show "Presence" at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, director David Sequeira offered a subtle critique of the dominant Australian-Western canon.
In the group show Presence at Margaret Lawrence Gallery director David Sequeira

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James Brett, founder of The Museum of Everything, talks to Steve Dow about the latest exhibition at MONA - Museum of Old and New Art.
James Brett founder of The Museum of Everything talks to Steve Dow

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Congratulations to Jenny Orchard for winning the 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Art Award. Here she talks about her inspirational garden.
Congratulations to Jenny Orchard for winning the 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian

From Little Things Big Things Grow — Art Guide Australia

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Annamaria Mays Vermeer
Alie Summer
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The NGA touring show featuring Janet Dawson, "Abstraction: celebrating Australian women abstract artists," is now on at Newcastle Art Gallery until 23 July.
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Karen Black is one of five finalists in the prestigious Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award. The winner will be announced on 17 June.
Karen Black is one of five finalists in the prestigious Sidney Myer

Sing the Body Ceramic — Art Guide Australia

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Laini Burton
Jan Goodman-Jones
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In 'New Alchemists' artists use their work to explore and expand the notion of what it means to be human by probing the boundaries between human and non-human worlds.

The exhibition is currently on display at UQ Art Museum until 3 September.
In New Alchemists artists use their work to explore and expand the

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Grandmothers and granddaughters, poetic perceptions, mango pickles, scenes from the everyday and the persistence of memories: these are the themes currently circulating across four exhibitions at the Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Grandmothers and granddaughters poetic perceptions mango pickles scenes from the

Five Female Artists Across Four Exhibitions — Art Guide Australia

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Mairin Mccubbin
Ruth Nguyen
Although Kylie Stillman studied painting at RMIT in the 1990s, her practice has always leaned towards the more conceptual side of things.
Stillman’s work addresses big issues, such as the environment, in an intricate, delicate way. Her latest exhibition is currently on display at Linden New Art.
Although Kylie Stillman studied painting at RMIT in the 1990s her practice

Kylie Stillman: The Opposite of Wild — Art Guide Australia

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Maaret Sinkko
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“I was taught not to waste food or materials as my father had grown up without a lot of money and lived frugally. Gleaning or recycling wasn’t something special, it was essential.”

'Sarah Goffman: I am A 3D Printer' is on display at Wollongong Art Gallery until 18 June.
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Liz Howarth
Diane Sloan
April Hopson
"A monochromatic palette is also a simple strategy which ensures that what little colour is left really packs a punch."

Tracey Clement reviews 'The Dark Matters' currently on display at White Rabbit Gallery until 30 July.
A monochromatic palette is also a simple strategy which ensures that what

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Melanie Lazarow
Melissa Mladin Lowgren
In celebration of Art Monthly Australasia's 300 editions in 30 years, the Art Monthly team is reflecting upon the front covers that have helped define the magazine’s place within Australian art and publishing.

'300 covers: Art Monthly in Australia 1987-2017' is currently on display at the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery until 17 June.
In celebration of Art Monthly Australasias 300 editions in 30 years the

Celebrating 300 editions of Art Monthly in Australia — Art Guide Australia

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Curated by Chelsea Hopper, the exhibition 'I Can See Russia From Here' at TCB brings together a diverse group of Australian artists who have been influenced by Russian art or engaged with what Hopper terms “the Russian imaginary".

'I Can See Russia From Here' is currently on display at TCB until 24 June.
Curated by Chelsea Hopper the exhibition I Can See Russia From Here

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View selected works from Jess Johnson's exhibition 'Hex Nemesis', currently on display at Fremantle Arts Centre.
View selected works from Jess Johnsons exhibition Hex Nemesis currently on display

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In his new exhibition 'deKonstruKt' at Anna Pappas Gallery, George Raftopoulos’s desire is to “debase this belief system” that surrounds us – our historical and contemporary narratives.
In his new exhibition deKonstruKt at Anna Pappas Gallery George Raftopouloss desire

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Brian Petersen
eX de Medici investigates authority and dissent through paintings of guns, surveillance devices and gas masks.

The mobile phone tower pervades eX de Medici’s upcoming show, 'Spies Like Us', at Sullivan + Strumpf. She has been photographing phone towers across Australia for the last two years...
eX de Medici investigates authority and dissent through paintings of guns surveillance

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Ian A. Hawkins
Ian A. Hawkins
Imogen Williams
From nifty showbags and long queues to poignant existential gloom, artist and writer Tai Snaith reports on the highs and lows of the La Biennale di Venezia.
From nifty showbags and long queues to poignant existential gloom artist and

' Sporty doom wins in Venice' by Tai Snaith – Art Guide Australia

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The biggest challenge for artistic director Leigh Carmichael, mastermind behind Hobart’s hugely successful winter festival Dark Mofo is to keep it mysterious and energetic.

Carmichael seems to have endless tricks up his sleeve for this year's Dark Mofo - beginning Thursday June 8.
The biggest challenge for artistic director Leigh Carmichael mastermind behind H

Dark Mofo — Art Guide Australia

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Alan Alfred Cotton
Traditionally, photographs reveal the character of places like Perth through iconography or colour (Bankwest Tower, sunsets). “This is the opposite of that,” says curator Chelsea Hopper.

With 'HERE&NOW17: New Photography' at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Hopper describes that the way a photograph is taken, the activity of looking, is equally compelled by place.
Traditionally photographs reveal the character of places like Perth through iconography or

HERE&NOW17: New Photography — Art Guide Australia

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