COMMERCIAL EXHIBITIONS OPEN NOW

Matt Coyle: Paintings

Nanda\Hobbs presents works by Matt Coyle.

Jason Cordero: Desiderium

Nanda\Hobbs presents works by Jason Cordero.

Group Exhibition: Strange Planet

Arts Project Australia presents a group exhibition curated by Miles Howard-Wilks, Sandy Fernée and Sarah Lamanna.

Gareth Sansom: Juxtapositions

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery presents work by Gareth Sansom.

Kelly Austin: Minor Falls, Major Lifts

Bett Gallery presents work by Kelly Austin.

eX de Medici: Blue For Boys

Sullivan+Strumpf presents work by eX de Medici.

George Gittoes: DOORWAYS

CBD Gallery presents work by George Gittoes.

Aiko Robinson: I stain my heart with thoughts of you so resistant

Gow Langsford Gallery presents work by Aiko Robinson.

Tim Maguire: Lost and Found

Martin Browne Contemporary presents work by Tim Maguire.

Eliza Gosse: Roller Skates and Stereo Cassettes Down Ocean Drive

Olsen Gallery presents work by Eliza Gosse.

George Egerton-Warburton: GODOT GROTTO GOROKE

Neon Parc presents work by George Egerton-Warburton.

Karyn Taylor: Recent Work

Gallery 9 presents works by Karyn Taylor.

Group Exhibition: Sunrise, Sunset.

N.Smith Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Helen Smith: A Curved Space

Gallery 9 presents work by Helen Smith.

Mark Rodda: More Nebula Paintings

Gallery 9 presents works by Mark Rodda.

Group Exhibition: Editions

Jhana Millers Gallery presents a group exhibition.

FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

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.

LATEST STORIES

High five for NIAF

The National Indigenous Art Fair is back this June for its 5th edition.

Sydney has its eye on a new gallery

Woollahra welcomes A Secondary Eye.

RAFT artspace closes its doors

8 Hele Gallery to take over from longstanding Alice Springs gallery.

Fiona Lowry joins Sydney Gallery

N.Smith Gallery expands its stable with Archie winner.

Sarah Cottier Gallery’s last exhibition

Sydney gallery goes out with a bang.

The Venice Biennale’s Golden Lion Award goes to the Australia Pavilion

Congratulations are in order for artist Archie Moore and curator Ellie Buttrose.

Sarah Scout Presents makes it Easey

The Melbourne gallery will re-open its doors in Collingwood this month.

Gow Langsford thinks big

The Auckland gallery has opened a brand-new space, promising to be one of the largest commercial art spaces in Australasia.

Pia Murphy joins Melbourne gallery

Nicholas Thompson Gallery follows up on a standout show with an invite to its stable.

FROM THE ARCHIVES

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.

PUBLIC AND REGIONAL GALLERY EXHIBITIONS OPEN NOW

Group Exhibition: A Moment in Extended Crisis

UTS Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Cressida Campbell and Margaret Preston: Cutting Through Time – Cressida Campbell, Margaret Preston, and the Japanese Print

Geelong Gallery presents work by Cressida Campbell and Margaret Preston alongside Japanese ukiyo-e prints.

Group Exhibition: Hair Pieces

The Heide Museum of Modern Art presents a group exhibition.

Matthew Harris and Nicholas Currie: I Fall to Pieces

Manningham Art Gallery presents work by Matthew Harris and Nicholas Currie.

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