The National 2019: A curator's perspective

When ‘The National’ presented its first edition back in 2017, audiences were enchanted by the ambitious art, ideas and forms it presented across its three Sydney precincts.

Sydney Contemporary out on the town

With Sydney Contemporary 2018 around the corner, the art fair has teamed up with Barangaroo Delivery Authority to invigorate Sydney’s newest precinct with breath, wind and fire.

James Emmett and Peter Wilson: The art machine

The double-sided, moveable art racks rotating throughout the internal floors of Peter Wilson and James Emmett's Sydney warehouse tell but a part of a life story fuelled by art.

Michael Bugelli: Old world, new world

In one of the oldest Georgian buildings in Australia, young dealer Michael Bugelli has created a multipurpose gallery space full of nooks, crannies and secrets.

Tjungu Palya: The innovators

Tjungu Palya Art Centre shows us that the most amazing things can often come in the smallest packages.

What Next?: Scott Gardiner

Gardiner creates evocative multimedia works on canvas incorporating pigment, ink prints, acrylics, gloss and matt varnish to produce collage-like abstract compositions that reveal his passion for the sea.

What Next?: Salome Tanuvasa

Made within a strict set of environmental restraints dictated by her hectic schedule as a fulltime working mother and artist, Tanuvasa’s drawings are frank records of her immediate environment.

What Next?: Spence Messih

Spence Messih’s practice uses sculpture, installation, photography and text to explore the potential of forms and materials to communicate trans(gender) experience.
Dawn Ng

Dawn Ng: Perfect strangeness

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Dawn Ng’s practice compels us to come face-to-face with what she believes truly motivates us: the desire to belong.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 makes waves

Now in its 17th edition, Art Basel Miami Beach returns this December with 268 leading international galleries and artists from 35 countries.