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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Tjungu Palya Art Centre shows us that the most amazing things can often come in the smallest packages.
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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.
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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.
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Spence Messih’s practice uses sculpture, installation, photography and text to explore the potential of forms and materials to communicate trans(gender) experience.
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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.
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Now in its 17th edition, Art Basel Miami Beach returns this December with 268 leading international galleries and artists from 35 countries.