For painter Otis Hope Carey, culture is everything. By channelling his personal indigenous narrative, Carey utilises his large-scale pieces to translate the deep respect he has for his heritage in a contemporary tone, resulting in a powerful interpretation of traditional Aboriginal artworks. Contoured lines and fluid movement shape allow for deep reflection on the spiritual and conceptual foundation of his practice, as well as the influence of the Gumbaynggirr people of the mid north coast of New South Wales, and from October 6 through December 1, 2018, a selection of his works will be displayed at The Slow, Bali, as part of Carey’s first Indonesian solo exhibition.
Al fresco picnics, live music and champagne for days – photographer Liz Sunshine chronicles her day living as the Parisians do at Melbourne’s So French So Chic festival.
From the vibrant food markets to Mumbai’s eclectic design stores – Kowtow’s founder Gosia Piatek takes us on a tour of India for RUSSH.com.
The music man. Catch Mulatu Astatke alongside Melbourne based eight piece ethio-jazz band Black Jesus Experience at this year’s Sydney Festival.