Lindsay Clement-Meehan: The Model Millennial

Sydney-based Lindsay Clement-Meehan typifies a new breed of young collector, championing the artists of her own generation.

Chalk Horse: Chalking it up

With a new space and a new mission, Sydney ARI turned commercial gallery Chalk Horse is no one-trick pony.

Kenny Pittock: Word Play

Kenny Pittock approaches his practice with sincerity, enthusiasm and whip fast wit, offering a refreshing perspective on the seemingly mundane everyday.

Tom Polo: When windows are worlds

Tom Polo has long been fascinated by the enigma of human imagination. Through his highly suggestive painted compositions, he offers a window into vast interior worlds, waiting to be explored.

Jude Rae: A patient touch

Over four decades, Jude Rae has established a formidable painting practice, earning her a reputation as one of Australia’s most significant living artists.

Kylie Banyard: The foreseeable future

Kylie Banyard has spent years craving a better world. But her new work departs from these utopian yearnings to look at the future with fresh eyes.

Angela Tiatia: Beyond the looking glass

Angela Tiatia’s latest work draws on ancient myth to explore self-absorption in the present day.

James Tylor: The Male Gaze

James Tylor’s recent photographic works place masculinity and male maturity in the centre frame, forcing us to ask what it might mean to “be a man” in Australia today.

Survey: Which art schools are turning out the best talent?

We asked: Which art schools are turning out the best talent?

Money Sullies Art: One less ear

Is the widely held view that art should never be produced with the market in mind a luxury of the privileged?