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Show me the Monet: new digital exhibition brings French masters to Sydney

Show me the Monet: new digital exhibition brings French masters to Sydney

Monet & Friends – Life, Light & Colour premieres at Sydney’s Royal Hall of Industries in March.

  • by Steve Meacham

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‘I couldn’t think of a better use of the award’: Peter Kingston rebuffs Australia Day honour in protest
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‘I couldn’t think of a better use of the award’: Peter Kingston rebuffs Australia Day honour in protest

The artist’s stand ramps up pressure for an overhaul of the Australia Day award’s system.

  • by Linda Morris
Shining a light on a new mystery: can you collect performance art?

Shining a light on a new mystery: can you collect performance art?

The National Gallery of Victoria is joining an international project to work out how to acquire and store performance art for posterity.

  • by Nick Miller
When art needs an essay to be understood

When art needs an essay to be understood

If you visited this exhibition without a program, you’d have no idea what the bits of plasticine have to do with disability.

  • by Robert Nelson
Best of the week: what to see, hear and do from January 24 to 30

Best of the week: what to see, hear and do from January 24 to 30

From an Australia Day led by First Nations people, to a baby sea lion at Taronga and Wong Kar Wai's films on the big screen, here's your week ahead.

  • by Lenny Ann Low
Fun with Dick and Pat: lewd art paints sexuality as a political force
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Fun with Dick and Pat: lewd art paints sexuality as a political force

Pat Larter was a collaborator and model for her husband's raunchy art. Then she went underground and unleashed her own 'Primal Scream'.

  • by John McDonald
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'I would run for days and days': Why is artist Shaun Gladwell running?

'I would run for days and days': Why is artist Shaun Gladwell running?

Lockdown tested the limits of the Melbourne artist and marathon runner.

  • by Andrew Stephens
Cinema and sci-fi flicker into view in the best of gallery offerings

Cinema and sci-fi flicker into view in the best of gallery offerings

Artists familiar and new bring fresh perspectives across town and beyond.

  • by Tiarney Miekus
Shaken to the core: the untold story of Sidney Nolan at Auschwitz

Shaken to the core: the untold story of Sidney Nolan at Auschwitz

In the lead-up to Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, previously unseen images evoke the visit that devastated the legendary Australian artist.

  • by Andrew Turley
Blak like me: how Destiny Deacon used art to shout back at racists

Blak like me: how Destiny Deacon used art to shout back at racists

A major retrospective celebrates the subversive power behind the smile.

  • by Andrew Stephens
Amateur sleuth uncovers a devastating chapter of Sidney Nolan's life

Amateur sleuth uncovers a devastating chapter of Sidney Nolan's life

Andrew Turley's remarkable journey with the giant of Australian art began by accident in 2012.

  • by Lindy Percival