Art Month Sydney 2020: Live at FBi Radio
We can’t go do art things, so we’re bringing the art things to you!
Walk through the Biennale with six interviews from exhibiting artists
The Biennale of Sydney is in its last week! Six exhibiting artists talk art as activism, creating as community-building, and the artist’s role within our current political landscape.
Interview :: Phoebe Rathmell
From beautiful awkwardness to stalking John Cage. Artist Phoebe Rathmell explores silence in her current exhibition NOTHING HEAR, but we managed to get a word or two out of her.
Preview :: Children of the Revolution
Gemma Piali explores war, women and the Berlin Wall in Kathrin Longhurst’s ‘Children of the Revolution’.
Canvas :: Sculpture by the Sea
I don’t really think of Sculpture by the Sea as just an exhibition to review, really. This is ironic, as that’s […]
Interview :: Grand Chasm
“File in. Be amazed. Leave quietly.” So reads the Grand Chasm media release that just hit my inbox. It's the latest offering […]
Interview :: Joseph Allen Shea for Gallery A.S.
Look at it from whatever angle you want, Joseph Allen Shea is a man with his finger firmly on the pulse. […]
Canvas :: Murray Frederick’s Salt
I didn’t walk into the Australian Centre for Photography intending to review Murray Fredericks Salt exhibition. It was Saturday on Oxford Street […]
Canvas :: Hyperclay
Most of us left clay modelling behind with those odd little shapes we made in playtime during our preschool days. But […]
View :: Story-Telling – Tales from the Union Art Collection
The University of Sydney Union is sitting on a pretty handsome secret: it’s home to the largest art collection owned by […]