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Artist Lucas Zanotto’s exhibition is sure to lift your MOODS

Artist Lucas Zanotto’s exhibition is sure to lift your MOODS

From CGI animation and blackbox projections to AR installations and life-size sculptures, Lucas Zanotto’s first solo exhibition brings kinetic characters to life.

Brighten up the New Year with a first look at the best upcoming programs in art and design

Brighten up the New Year with a first look at the best upcoming programs in art and design

We’re kicking off 2022 with a little reminder that there are some incredible events on the horizon. Take a look at the program from Melbourne Design Week 2022 and check out what’s on at the 23rd Sydney Biennale.

Sibling enhances accessibility for Arts Project Australia

Sibling enhances accessibility for Arts Project Australia

Prioritising artists and their diverse abilities, Sibling Architecture has created an adaptable and calming entrance with a clear sense of identity for Arts Project Australia (APA).

When art and design collide: Dianna Snape’s <em>Lines and Tangles</em> at StylecraftHOME Melbourne

When art and design collide: Dianna Snape’s Lines and Tangles at StylecraftHOME Melbourne

The rich red tones of Tanzania come to life in Dianna Snape’s Lines and Tangles, adding intrigue to the walls of the StylecraftHOME Melbourne showroom.

Architecture meets art in Alexander Knox’s façade

Architecture meets art in Alexander Knox’s façade

An organic, three-dimensional façade at 300 George Street, Brisbane, uses its metallic surface to emulate the effect of sunlight rippling on water, which is a larger than life artwork by Alexander Knox.

Art at work: An insider’s guide to art in commercial design

Art at work: An insider’s guide to art in commercial design

The integration of art into commercial design and architecture projects can leave a visceral impact. We speak to an art consultant and an art dealer to get an insight on how designers can get the best results for their commercial projects.

“That Epic Project Everyone’s Talking About”: Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa)

“That Epic Project Everyone’s Talking About”: Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa)

How a decommissioned grain silo became Africa’s largest museum of contemporary art. Elana Castle interviews project architect Stepan Martinovsky from Heatherwick Studio about the radical transformation.

EDITION by Living Edge Is Officially Here, And We’re Obsessed!

EDITION by Living Edge Is Officially Here, And We’re Obsessed!

Launched recently at this year’s Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, EDITION by Living Edge flies in the face of design convention to celebrate the blurred lines between art and furniture. It’s rebellious, cheeky and we can’t get enough!

WA’s Newest Hotel Hotspot: Aloft Perth by Design Theory

WA’s Newest Hotel Hotspot: Aloft Perth by Design Theory

The newest generation of hotels is providing lively and connected design-led destinations for visitors and locals.

Inside The World of Yayoi Kusama at the National Gallery Singapore

Inside The World of Yayoi Kusama at the National Gallery Singapore

The exhibition YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow sees more than 120 artworks transform the National Gallery Singapore into a fantastical world of Yayoi Kusama.

Indigenous Art Meets Designer Rugs With Yulparitja

Indigenous Art Meets Designer Rugs With Yulparitja

Designers and design lovers alike were out in full force at Mossgreen Gallery, Woollhara to celebrate the launch of Yulparitja, a Designer Rugs range designed by the Indigenous Bidyadanga people of Western Australia.

Architectural Ashes – One of Sydney’s Largest Art Installations

Architectural Ashes – One of Sydney’s Largest Art Installations

Kaldor Public Art Projects’ 32nd installation references the 19th-century Garden Palace building that once stood in Sydney’s Botanic Garden between 1879 and 1882, before being burnt to the ground.

Green Ladder

Green Ladder

The latest instalment in SCAF’s ongoing architectural exhibition series, Fugitive Structures, has arrived in Sydney.

James Dive: The Glue Society

James Dive: The Glue Society

Somewhere between art, design and theater, thrives the Glue Society. Artist James Dive speaks to Owen Lynch about his diverse and thought provoking body of work