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Glenn Barkley, Clay 3, Utopia Art Sydney

Clay 3

Utopia Galleries presents ‘Clay 3′ a new exhibition featuring sculptural, experimental and ornamental ceramic work from Glenn Barkley, Donna Green, Eloise Rankine, Brett Stone and Katie Watson. Clay 3 is Utopia Galleries first exhibition of 2016 and is not to be missed. See the … Continue reading

Andrew Burns, Cresecent House 2013, Heide Museum of Modern Art, commissoned by the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation

New Spaces: Australian architects and Asia

The Art Gallery of NSW presents New Spaces: Australian architects and Asia a series of talks from eminent Australian architects who appreciate Asian spaces and architectural aesthetics. Practicing Australian architects who love and embrace aspects of Asian architecture are expanding … Continue reading

Human 3.0, aMBUSH Gallery

Human 3.0

Curated and produced by aMBUSH Gallery, and presented in collaboration with Central Park Mall and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, HUMAN 3.0 is a multidisciplinary exhibition that takes an unbounded look at what Mardi Gras was, is and … Continue reading

Head On Photo Festival 2016

Head On Photography Awards 2016

One of the world’s most prestigious photo festivals, Head On Photo Festival is calling for photographers to submit work across four categories: Portrait, Landscape, Mobile and Students. Head On Awards represent a global selection of the best work from emerging … Continue reading

The Waterhouse Art Prize 2016, the South Australian Museum

The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize

The Waterhouse Natural Art Prize is now open for submission. Presented by the South Australia Museum the prize is an opportunity for artists to investigate the world around them, and present their perspectives on natural science. It encourages artists to … Continue reading

Jade Acorn, 2014, Taiwanese porcelain, silver, remanium

Chinawear by Peter Hoogeboom

Award winning jeweller Peter Hoogeboom trained as a contemporary jeweller at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and began using ceramics in his work in 1994. Chinawear is his first Australian exhibition. Dutch jeweller Peter Hoogeboom started using ceramics in 1994, after … Continue reading

Houses Awards 2016

Houses Awards 2016

It’s time to plan for entry in the prestigious Houses Award. Submissions are open from 11 January and close 18 March. There’s a total prize pool of $14,000 up for grabs as well as widespread media exposure and industry recognition. … Continue reading

El Anatsui, Stressed World, 2011, found aluminium and copper wire. El Anatsui/Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

El Anatsui: Five Decades

A Schwartz / Carriageworks project in association with Sydney Festival. El Anatsui is acknowledged worldwide as one of the most remarkable artists working today. Five Decades marks the first major exhibition of Anatsui’s work in Australia and presents works from the … Continue reading

Adrian Paci, The Column, 2013 (still from video), 25:44min

Adrian Paci: The Column

UNSW Galleries in association with Sydney Festival presents Adrian Paci: The Column. The Column traces the epic journey of an immense slab of marble, extracted from the ground and taken to sea. Enroute to Italy and over the course of a grand … Continue reading