In Byron Bay, a former storage shed has been transformed by a visionary architect who has created a place of sanctuary for both art and work.
‘(This is) Air’, designed by Nic Brunsdon in collaboration with ENESS, focuses on the ever-present but often overlooked element of air.
Across a magical threshold and beyond the everyday, Fairy Tales is an unexpected and immersive exhibition at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art this summer.
Amplify: Story, Resistance, Radio is the latest exhibition at Tin Sheds Gallery. With an evolving and interactive programme, it’s about more than just a static display of objects.
The 21st edition of the London Design Festival showcased the full breadth of talent in the British capital – from impressive brand collaborations and product launches to emerging talents. Mandi Keighran rounds up her top program highlights.
Yavuz Gallery foregrounds a cultural conversation with the unveiling of ‘Desert Songs’, an exhibition by leading Indigenous artist Vincent Namatjira OAM exploings a vibrant narrative of personal histories through a series of bold and unapologetically political paintings.
The Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is showcasing an eye-opening array of artefacts in its newly launched exhibition, 1001 Remarkable Objects. Open now, this collection serves up history on a platter with objects both rare and renowned.
Curated by France-based architects Lacaton & Vassal, ‘Living in the City’ runs at the Tin Sheds Gallery within the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning until September 23.
Australia’s longest-running Indigenous gallery, is rebranding as Art Leven under the continued directorship of Mirri Leven to broaden focus while continuing to support First Nations art.
This young and refreshing design exhibition, embedded in the city of Copenhagen and with an emphasis on Danish design, is over. We round up some of the most thought-provoking and memorable pieces here.
This latest exhibition begins 1 July at the Powerhouse Ultimo. Focused on drawing in the widest sense — in fact, challenging the idea of what drawing is in the first place — it’s an exhibition that will be especially interesting to designers and creatives.
NGV has done it once again, securing the internationally renowned India Mahdavi to design its latest major exhibition. Meanwhile, Daniel Emma studio takes over the NGV Kids gallery. All in all, it makes for an outstanding exhibition visit at NGV International.