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The art world has been waiting with bated breath to hear about the gallery line-up at Melbourne Art Fair.
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Sydney Contemporary has stepped up its program for its first year as an annual art fair.
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Brendan Van Hek’s reference to domestic space doesn’t mean he’s abandoned the cityscapes that prompted his earliest work with salvaged neon.
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Koji Ryui flouts the rules of sculpture and installation with ethereal results.
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Sydney-based Jamie North has had a stellar couple of years, and by all accounts things are only going to get better.
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With an appetite for experimentation and a thirst for historical knowledge, Huseyin Sami isn’t your garden-variety painter.
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Julie Fragar’s painting practice – an apt term, because Fragar’s is a discipline repeated with rigour and tenacity – has often been described as autobiographical.
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Todd McMillan's endurance works have involved standing on a cliff top for 12 hours and attempting to swim the English Channel. Carrie Miller discovered it’s less about the suffering than it is about futility.