Gallery & Museums

Chris Cuffaro – Greatest Hits: Michael Hutchence

Acclaimed photographer Chris Cuffaro returns to Australian soil with an exhibition of images from his iconic shoot with the late Michael Hutchence. Cuffaro met with Hutchence in LA on Oct 1, 1993, and spent the day photographing him for a shoot commissioned by Detour magazine. The shoot was a creative freestyle with the two connecting […]

It’s Personal: Images of objects from Ravensbruck and Sachsenhausen

With his own Jewish heritage in tow, local Sydney photographer Richard Wiesel was granted access to the closed archives of the memorials Sachsenhausen and Ravensbruck to photograph artifacts that have never been seen. Embarking on the emotional journey, Richard sifted through hundreds of objects either left behind or donated by those who had been imprisoned […]

Japan Supernatural

Japanese art has a special ability to capture the shadow realm and bring the spirit world to life. As part of the special exhibition ghosts, goblins and mischievous shapeshifters are inhabiting the Art Gallery Of NSW thanks to the Japan Supernatural exhibition. Centred on a monumental installation of painting and sculpture by Takashi Murakami, the […]

Casula Powerhouse 25th Anniversary

Regarded as perhaps Sydney’s most remarkable and interesting art centres the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) is in the midst of celebrating the 25 year anniversary of doors opening for the first time. As part of these celebrations, the venue at the heart of Western Sydney’s cutting edge arts and culture will be unveiling a […]

The Art Of Banksy

He is the most famous unknown artist in the world; the anonymous graffiti ninja who goes by the moniker, Banksy. Regarded as a rebel, urban hero, vandal, crusader, he is one of the most influential artists of modern times. A rare exhibition of his work is currently being toured around the world and has just […]

Sydney Contemporary 2019

Australia’s largest and most diverse gathering of local and international galleries comes together at Carriageworks from today until Sunday. The Sydney Contemporary arts fair will transform the Carraigeworks precinct into a multi-disciplinary arts space. Showcasing over 95 galleries and the works from more than 450 artists from 34 different countries. Fair audiences will have the […]

Toni Messiter – Beloved

Painter Toni Messiter brings her unique perspective to Stanley Street Gallery this week. Messiter’s works use the framework of traditional portraiture to convey the complexity of family relationships, however rather than using people as her subjects Messiter uses dolls. By using dolls rather than humans in her paintings Messiter imbues the works with a nurturing […]

Ginger Ren Jones-Evans

In the eyes of every parent, their child is an artist. Just look at any fridge around the country, they’re all adorned with paintings and drawing from little ones. For six-year-old Ginger Ren Jones-Evans though her artistic ability has far exceeded the ‘fridge gallery’ as she is now set to open her first ever solo […]

Gemma Smith – Rhythm Sequence

Celebrated Sydney artist, Gemma Smith’s new milestone exhibition Rhythm Sequence is currently on display at UNNSW Galleries. The exhibition is the first career survey exhibition by the critically acclaimed abstract painter, who has featured in more than 100 exhibitions, including large scale public artworks.  Reflecting the artists enduring interest, Rhythm Sequence delves into the very act […]

Art’s Alive

As we celebrate Art Month in Sydney this month the City Hub has decided to highlight some of the wonderful, yet perhaps lesser known, art galleries and creative spaces throughout our fine city.  Whilst we all know the big boys in town, the Museum Of Contemporary Art Australia and the Art Gallery Of New South […]