This year ARCHIDEX will run 26-29 July in Kuala Lumpur, celebrating the Malaysian Institute of Architects centennial.
The Australian pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale involves confronting questions of decolonisation in architectural form and history. Unsettling Queenstown looks at the ubiquitous presence of British colonialism.
The Futures Collective returned to Villa Alba Museum for Melbourne Design Week 2023. This event united a cadre of designers under the umbrella of three thought-provoking pillars — Transparency, Currency and Legacy.
Created with the intention of expanding interior design possibilities, ‘StayDream – A Surreal Reality’ invites an examination of the various ways we perceive indoor and outdoor elements.
Paper & Clay brings the work of 29 Australian artists working in the enduring fields of clay and paper, together with the exceptional Maiori ‘Huggy’ collection of furniture by designer Antonie Lesur.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.
Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. Having garnered such international attention, and with Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective on this architectural success story.
CUT N POLISH, hosted by Sydney’s Carriageworks, is a one day art market event featuring a wide range of artists. Lionel Bawden was just one stand-out.
English artist Laurence Edwards confronts questions of masculinity with his at times unsettling bronze forms. An exhibition of work comes to Australia at the Orange Regional Art Gallery.
Celebrating 60 years of clay-making in Brisbane, Clay: Collected Ceramics is more than just an exhibition of pots. It will be the museum’s largest artist-sourced display to date, bringing together a wide range of artists.
One year after its opening, the Bundanon Art Museum hosts its newest exhibition. We’ve been on the ground at the launch of ‘Fantastic Forms’, which brings three contemporary artists into conversation with Merric Boyd.