“Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s” at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne


The exhibition highlights the diverse time of growth in Australian art in the 1990s.

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“The Body is a Big Place”: Peta Clancy and Helen Pynor at the Science Gallery London


Spanning various disciplines including medicine, science and philosophy, “The Body is a Big Place” opens at the Science Museum, London, from 27 July until 17 August 2017.

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“The Home, The Habit”: looking West and East with Iranian-born artist Nasim Nasr – in conversation


Iranian-born artist Nasim Nasr explores cultural and intellectual separation between West and East.

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Dr Christian Thompson wins inaugural ACMI Mordant Family VR Commission


Aboriginal Australian artist Dr Christian Thompson is one of Australia’s leading visual artists and the first to win the new ACMI Mordant Family VR Commission focusing on the medium of VR (virtual reality).

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11 national pavilions and exhibitions to see at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017


Art Radar gives you a selection of must-see national presentations at the 57th Venice Biennale.

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“Duddell’s x Biennale of Sydney. Abstraction of the World” at Duddell’s, Hong Kong


Curated by Mami Kataoka, the exhibition explores the structure of cosmic space and the natural phenomena of the world.

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Reflecting the anxieties of our times through marble sculpture: Australia’s Alex Seton – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Australian artist Alex Seton by taking a look at his recent exhibitions at Sillivan+Strumpf gallery in Sydney and the Newcastle Art Gallery.

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“Chinese Whispers and Other Stories”, photography-based exhibition tours Canberra and Melbourne, Australia


Four young female Australia-based artists explore cultural identity and ‘Asianness’ in exhibitions in Canberra and Melbourne. Art Radar takes a closer look at the themes that intrigue all four artists. From 27 April to 21 May 2017 Canberra’s Manuka Arts … Continue reading