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The Way Home opens at Potts Point Gallery, STATION

STATION gallery has just unveiled Nell's latest solo exhibition, The Way Home, which continues her investigation into the nature of human existence. Set amongst the intimately scaled Potts Point gallery, Nell's exhibition reflects on the significance of 'home' as both a literal and symbolic space – one that has become especially loaded in the past […]

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 […]

The Ultimate Art Gallery

BY JADE MORELLINI At the Ultimate Art Gallery in Four Seasons Hotel, stroll through beautiful artworks that capture the history and heritage of Aboriginals from the first generation to the third generation of artists. Unlike any other gallery of its kind, Ultimate Art Gallery has a combination of contemporary art exhibitions, both traditional and Aboriginal, […]

Hype you can believe in

BY ANITA SENARATNA Unusual and unique items abound at Hypmotive, an artisan community hub based in vibrant Marrickville. For pompom jewellery to tote bags with astronauts on them or prints of labradors, look no further than Hypmotive. The business is the brainchild of Jake and Renee Russo, who describe the space as “part retail, part gallery […]


Hidden in the maze of Surry Hills streets, studio and home – turned museum and art gallery of celebrated artist Brett Whiteley is something every Sydneysider should at least pretend know about. It’s a serene space of art, meaning, representation and feeling. A special privilege granted to those who wander through its doors, the gallery […]

Suellen Symons – Displacement

Humans are susceptible to fantasies and dreams. We are drawn to the things that cannot be. We might judge them; we might dislike them or even love them. Something we cannot do is ignore the curiosity and the desire for the impossible, for the unusual and the strange. We are never fully satisfied with reality, […]

Standing Rock

Photo journalist Angus Mordant has brought his first solo exhibition to Sydney, documenting the Standing Rock Sioux and their allies as they fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. In mid-August, the seven bands of the Sioux came together for the first time since the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 to protest against the underground […]


In Possible Worlds, the new exhibition at the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, brings together three diverse artists looking at common themes of identity and ordinary life. Elly Kent’s canvases dominate the ground floor. Kent uses everyday objects, such as found window frames, to create looming three dimensional shapes of bold colours. The pieces […]


Call me biased, but I am of the opinion that anything that originates in Tokyo is likely superior to things that do not. This is certainly the case with Superdeluxe, the performance and art space founded in the ultimate city of lights in 2002. For the first time, and to our great joy, Superdeluxe has […]


Once again, science and art have collided, proving that a lack of scale does not equate to a lack of complexity. The pieces on show at Object Gallery currently represent 46 artists' use of rapid prototyping technology, created using 3D computer modeling techniques. The creations are a view into another world, where the closer you […]