Lifecycle: Pound of flesh

So, finally you've earned the status of established collector and you're invited to an artist's studio. But the studio visit can be fraught.

Pierre Mukeba: What to do with all that beauty?

Forging a new visual language, Pierre Mukeba is rewriting the narrative of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Louise Zhang: Necessary Evil

Like dazzling portals into a candy-filled Hell, the new works of Louise Zhang fight their own construction as they attempt to unpack the artist's Chinese-Australian identity.

Nick Mullaly: Stoking the fire

When Nick Mullaly paints the figure, his works are described as poetic and imbued with narrative.

Dane Mitchell: Grappling with the ineffable

In his latest of three large scale installations, Dane Mitchell continues to explore what is beyond our understanding.

Timo Hogan: Hogan’s Country

Having only ever painted his Country, Lake Barker, Timo Hogan has an unbreakable connection to place, tradition and family.

Simon Denny: The Roles We Play

Simon Denny’s highly-anticipated latest project makes visible cultural and historical networks of connection.

Ngataiharuru Taepa: Something Bigger

The meaning of Ngataiharuru Taepa’s work is hard to translate in certain terms; they speak from within Māori knowledge systems to tell stories greater than the cosmos itself.

Julia Robinson: The Beckoning

Julia Robinson’s ingenious soft sculptures are a folk horror, feminist and fashion history take on the smock dress.

Portrait of a Gallerist: Charles and Kate Nodrum

The father daughter duo committed to Australian abstraction.