The Art of Numbers: Japan’s Tatsuo Miyajima at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia – artist profile

Using colour, light and numbers, Tatsuo Miyajima explores the nature of continual change in the world.

Continue reading

“Jogja Calling”: Indonesian and Australian artists at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney

“Jogja Calling” showcases the friendships and critical dialogues developed between Indonesian and Australian artists.

Continue reading

“Yellow Peril”: Australian artist Eugenia Lim at Sydney’s Artereal Gallery

Eugenia Lim’s current exhibition explores the impact of mining and immigration on the Australian identity.

Continue reading

‘barrangal dyara’: Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones revives forgotten history of Sydney’s Botanic Gardens

Jonathan Jones’ ‘barrangal dyara’ is most ambitious artwork presented by Kaldor Art Projects to date.

Continue reading

Vo Trong Nghia’s ‘Green Ladder’ at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Australia

The fourth edition of Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation’s Fugitive Structures is Vo Trong Nghia Architects’ Green Ladder.

Continue reading

Mami Kataoka to bring fresh Asian perspectives to Biennale of Sydney 2018

The Japanese curator of Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum will be the Biennale of Sydney’s first Artistic Director from Asia. Mami Kataoka takes over the title from German curator Stephanie Rosenthal. First Asian Artistic Director The Biennale of Sydney announced last week that … Continue reading

Lee Mingwei explores impermanence through ‘Guernica in Sand’ – video

Lee Mingwei’s most elaborate and largest sand drawing titled Guernica in Sand (2006/2016), opened at Carriageworks at the 20th Biennale of Sydney on 23 April 2016. ABC News Breakfast spoke to the artist about the work, Art Radar shows the video.

Continue reading