With outstanding track records in design, Genevieve Hromas and Juliet Ramsay have been working on the found and the formed with OKO OLO.
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.
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.
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.
Producing contemporary furniture, lighting and objects out of Melbourne, Ross Gardam is a team of designers, engineers and makers whose limited edition collections merge form with desire.
Brothers Mark and Jack are spearheading Fearon, designing objects that range between furniture, sculpture and everything in between. This is one up-and-coming Australian design label to keep an eye on.
Drawing on personal experience and finding inspiration in both form and materiality, Melbourne-based designer Dean Norton produces sculptural objects that merge into new spaces and create mood.
Designer and artist Penelope Forlano is marking 100 years of women’s contributions to art, society and government with an installation in the Parliament of Western Australia.