Brian Tucker: Artkeeper

Do remote artists get ripped off by the Art Centres that sell their work? No, says collector Brian Tucker. He knows because he is their auditor.

Anne Noble: Throwing New Light

Lauded as one of New Zealand’s finest contemporary photographers, Anne Noble interrogates our complex relationship with the natural world.

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran: An Uprising

Charged with themes of politics, gender, sex and more, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s visceral sculptures are growing in parallel to his ascent to art stardom.

Teresa Baker: A Practice Shaped By Spirits

Teresa Baker’s paintings express an elaborate relationship to Country, with female perspectives and songlines.

Nike Savvas: Elevated Frequencies

Nike Savvas wishes to bring attention to the viewer’s relationship with perception, and how it might shift and change in response to an environment.

John Walsh: Traversing Worlds

Tracey Clement explores how John Walsh bridges the divide between the realms of fantasy and reality and of past and present with compelling verisimilitude.

NATSIAA 2017: Pick of the crop

Our writers select the highlight works from the 2017 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

Alan Pigott and Alan Conder: Going the distance

Hong Kong-based Australians Alan Pigott and Alan Conder won't ever stop collecting.