See the newest exhibition at Haymarket’s 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, remembering 2014’s Umbrella Revolution and confronting the uncertain future of Hong Kong.
Explore a sand monument replica of Dubai’s largest artificial island, Palm Jumeirah, constructed by local workers paid $19 a day – the average wage of a Dubai construction worker.
If you’re afraid of a little skin, this show may not sounds like your cup of tea. But perhaps it will show you that the naked body is nothing to be afraid of.
Artist Jonathan Jones has created a mammoth sculptural installation called barrangal dyara, meaning ‘skin and bones’, to breathe new life into a forgotten moment of Indigenous Australia’s history.
Chinese-born, American-based artist Pixy Liao has a Japanese boyfriend who is 5 years her junior. This subtly subversive photographic exhibition portrays their intimate relationship – but there’s more than meets the eye.
From the coloured woman to the mother figure to the struggling artist – Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg make montages of Hollywood’s biggest stereotypes. A déjà vu inducing exhibition at Artspace.