Sheer Fantasy: Standout Shows

Sheer Fantasy was less a series of artworks and more a complex set of immersive psychological spaces that the audience was forced to navigate both externally and internally.

Lorraine Tarabay & Nick Langley: Remarkable Collectors

For both Tarabay and Langley, art has been a way of staying connected with the world despite busy careers.

Sandra Powell & Andrew King: Remarkable Collectors

It’s enough to make the conservative art collector shudder.

John Mawurndjul: Curator's Radar

In the constellation of bark artists, John Mawurndjul‘s star shines brightest. This retrospective exhibition has set a new benchmark for Indigenous art displays.

Ildiko Kovacs: New Directions

2018 brought a new process and media for abstractionist Ildiko Kovacs.
Clara Adolphs

Clara Adolphs: Collectors Love

Clara Adolphs often bases her paintings on old photographs and images from the newspaper but recently, it was holiday snaps.

Katie West: Debutantes

Katie West’s work unfolds across a time and space much larger than a single work or exhibition.

Hayley Millar-Baker: Cool Hunter Predictions

Hayley Millar-Baker’s visually arresting mise en scenes are quick to draw us in.

Justine Youssef: Cool Hunter Predictions

Through performance, video and installation, Justine Youssef uncovers links between family ritual, ecology, Indigenous culture and colonial history.

Ryan Presley: Cool Hunter Predictions

Ryan Presley is a rising star, and 2018 has been a particularly stellar year as he extends his interests in media and subjects ranging from Christianity to Operation Sovereign Borders.