Exhibitions

Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive is a multi-sensory experience that has marvelled millions of people around the world. The exhibition is an immersive window into the world of Van Gogh’s paintings, and will be running for a limited COVID-safe season in Sydney. The Royal Hall Of Industries at Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park will soon be […]

Theresa Hunt And Kerryn Levy – Landskein

While we're all currently occupied with dealing with the COVID-19 threat and lockdown it's easy to forget that this year began with one of the most devastating bushfires seasons on record. An upcoming exhibition of paintings and ceramic pieces at Curatorial+Co will look to remind us of the bushfire season and attempt to find the […]

Curatorial+Co

It’s so uplifting to hear of a company in the arts that hasn’t been experiencing anxiety during COVID-19. When so many traditional art galleries were closing down, others were scrambling to fast track their online presence during the lockdown. But Curatorial+Co were already operating a digital platform, and were set up as a virtual gallery […]

National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards

Cassie Leatham is an artists from Gippsland who has devoted her life to teaching others about Indigenous Food, medicine, arts and culture. Her workshops include traditional cooking techniques and how to weave mats and baskets, make pots and totems just as her ancestors did. Recently Leatham has run Zoom workshops for children on how to […]

Queens Of The Pub

Queens Of The Pub is an explosive new exhibition of photography and costuming by Gerard O’Connor and Marc Wasiak. Portraying scenes from different eras, O’Connor and Wasiak force a modern day confrontation of the past through the intricate and precise costuming. The story told by each scene speaks to the wit, wantonness, chaos, and control […]

Grant Stevens – The Forest

While we've all been trapped away at home thanks to COVID-19 restrictions we're probably all longing to recapture a connection with nature. Sydney artist Grant Steven's new work The Forest should provide just that opportunity in a very unique manner. In The Forest an artificially intelligent camera roams endlessly through an idealised computer-generated landscape. The […]

Pool Noodles Enforce Social Distancing At Art Exhibition Launch

Renowned Sydney artist, David Art Wales launched Australia’s first contact free art exhibition, Going Viral, on June 6, with works inspired by COVID-19. Wales, who said the works were his way of “coping with lockdown,” will hold his exhibition at the DuckRabbit in Redfern until the end of June. Social distancing was ensured by X’s […]

ISOphotography And Reconciling With the New Normal

ISOphotography means exactly what you would think. A linking of objects or subjects in isolation through the lens of a camera. The concept is an idea that is based on mindfulness and is being explored as a means of self expression in a time when many of us are lost for words. Karen Merry, a […]

‘Paul Keating’ To Launch Online Arts Hub

Former Prime Minister, ‘The Hon. Paul Keating’ (*comedian Jonathan Biggins) is launching an online initiative called Dunera for members of the community to access live events that bring the world of art and culture online. Brought forward by the Australian Jewish community, specifically Sydney’s Emanuel Synagogue, Dunera is free to all and features a mix of community […]

Head On(line) Photo Festival

Returning for its eleventh year, Head On Photo Festival will move completely online for this season’s festival, with immersive digital exhibitions and interactive talks and webinars. Featuring work from photographers from five continents, this year’s Head On festival will highlight over 100 exhibitions and will allow Australia’s leading photography festival to be accessible to more […]