Julian Hooper: New Directions

As far as Trans-Tasman artistic relations go, artist Julian Hooper is exemplary of the collegiate network between Australian and New Zealand audiences, given the artist’s collector base in both countries.
Gibbs Farm

Gibbs Farm: A creative adventure

Gibbs Farm sculpture park is home to a series of major site specific artworks commissioned from some of the world's most significant artists.

Encounters Preview Art Basel Hong Kong

For her fourth year curating the Encounters program at Art Basel Hong Kong, Alexie Glass-Kantor focuses on "inviting the audience to make contact with objects, artists and ideas".

Art Month Sydney: Collector's Space

Ever wondered what Australia's leading artists and practitioners hang on their walls?
Teresa & Andre Biet

Teresa & Andre Biet: Art Incubators

There's artworks abound in the Sydney Harbour-side apartment of Teresa and Andre Biet. But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Judith Wright

Mechelle Bounpraseth: Under The Radar

Deadpan humour and unflinching honesty are hallmarks of Bounpraseuth’s work. She depicts the detritus of city life: cigarette butts, crushed cans and chip packets; scavenging ibis and wide-eyed pigeons.

Yhonnie Scarce: Curator's Radar

Yhonnie Scarce’s work is about the here and how, and the ongoing effects of colonisation on indigenous peoples.

Imants Tillers: On The World Stage

Imants Tillers’ themes of displacement, exile and the legacy of European conquest strike a particular note for Latvians, whose own history is marked by invasion, occupation, and diasporic dispersion.

Adam John Cullen: Cool Hunter Predictions

Neither sculptor, nor ceramicist, nor painter, Adam John Cullen is difficult to pin down under any definitive category of contemporary art.