Evelyn Malgil: Winuba

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Evelyn Malgil.

Ry David Bradley: Stages

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Ry David Bradley.

Daniel Crooks: Machine Drawing

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by Daniel Crooks.

Kāryn Taylor: Visual Linguistics

Sanderson Contemporary Art presents work by Kāryn Taylor.

Marisa Purcell: Light Savour

Hugo Michell Gallery presents new work by Marisa Purcell.

Louise Tuckwell: Shake the Doctrines

Gallery 9 presents work by Louise Tuckwell.

Tia Ansell: CODA

Gallery 9 presents works by Tia Ansell.

Nephi Tupaea: Te Tangata

Tim Melville Gallery presents work by Nephi Tupaea.

Haji Oh: Grand-Mother Island Project – Chapter 1, Nautical Map

THIS IS NO FANTASY presents work by Haji Oh.

Regina Pilawuk Wilson: Deme Ngayi Napa Pupunyi, I made these mats with my hands

Michael Reid Gallery presents work by Regina Pilawuk Wilson.

Kate Ballis: Liminality Antipodes

Hugo Michell Gallery presents work by Kate Ballis.

Marcus ‘Double O’ Camphoo Kemarre: MARKUSOOH, MAKUSOOH, MARUSOOH

8 Hele Gallery presents work by Marcus ‘Double O’ Camphoo Kemarre.

Deborah Paauwe: The Other Twin

GAGPROJECTS presents work by Deborah Paauwe.

Maree Clarke: In the flicker of light

Vivien Anderson Gallery presents work by Maree Clarke.

Group Exhibition: New and Historic Work

Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert presents a group exhibition.

Hans Bellmer and Noriko Nakamura: Hans Bellmer x Noriko Nakamura

Neon Parc presents work by Hans Bellmer and Noriko Nakamura.


Collector Profile: Matthias Arndt

There is no rhyme or reason to the collection of high profile art world player Matthias Arndt. Each work is added impulsively, with the only criteria being that it has to be of exquisite quality and significance within the artist’s oeuvre.

Artist Profile: Abdullah M. I. Syed

Abdullah M. I. Syed unpacks the long and intertwined histories of Western contemporary art and South-Asian arts and craft practices.

Art World Problems: Changing of the Guard

In the future, the work of older white, male artists will most likely be less popular in art auction rooms than it once was. But taste is cyclical, and whatever the market is up to, the artworks themselves remain the same as when you bought them.

Artist Profile: Aiko Robinson

With thick peachy penises and erect pink nipples, the intimate works of Aiko Robinson leave us longing.


Sydney Contemporary reveals lineup

The art fair will return to Carriageworks this September.

Guy Warren passes after 80 years of artmaking

The eminent Australian artist has died aged 103.

Mabel Juli honoured with Red Ochre Award

The senior Gija artist is recognised for her lifetime achievement in the arts.

Artists go undercover once again

The Incognito Art Show returns to Sydney this July.

18 years and counting for DAAF

The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair will return to the Top End this August.

Farewell to Guy Stuart

The remarkable multidisciplinary artist has passed away.

Ames Yavuz doubles down on Sydney

Commonwealth Street in Surry Hills will see a second Ames Yavuz gallery space.

New strides for Sullivan+Strumpf in the Lion City

Sullivan+Stumpf Singapore Studio to open in Kallang this June.

A solemn goodbye to Rosemary Laing

The acclaimed photographer has passed away in a sad week for the Australian art world.


Artist Profile: Yuki Kihara

The multi-disciplinary works of Yuki Kihara combine universal narratives with the authority and authenticity of the local, as she engages with the politics of identity, decolonisation and ecological threats pertaining to her Samoan Pacific Island home.

Artist Profile: James Drinkwater

James Drinkwater’s latest works were conceived during his 2021 stay in artist Julian Schnabel’s Long Island holiday house. But then, he let time do its work on his memories.

On the Couch: Tim Olsen

Turning his back on artworld tall poppy antics, Tim Olsen credits his staff and artists with his gallery’s thirty years of success.

Art World Problems: Go West Young Man

Amidst factors contributing to the contemporary art scene revival happening in Perth right now, its advantage of proximity to thriving Asian art capitals will in one stroke solve the problem of its isolation from other Australian capital cities.


Group Exhibition: undo the day

NAS Galleries presents a group exhibition.

Group Exhibition: Future Remains, the 2024 Macfarlane Commissions

The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art presents a group exhibition featuring the 2024 Macfarlane Commissions.

Merete Megarrity: Can you hear us?

The Condensery presents work by Merete Megarrity.

Group Exhibition: A Moment in Extended Crisis

UTS Gallery presents a group exhibition.