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“Art is what you can get away with.” Calvin Klein Underwear celebrates pop culture icon and artist Andy Warhol with its capsule collection, Andy Warhol: Exposures ’77-’78.
Under-the-radar no more. 100 selected emerging artists from Australia and beyond will descend on Melbourne for The Other Art Fair, open from August 2-5.
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The first in a series of exhibitions at Ellery’s new art space, in partnership with China Heights.
Artists Jordana Henry and Lily Nicholson present a visual conversation on life, landscape and emotion.
Brianna Lance puts paintbrush to paper for her latest venture, a series of paintings titled Botanical Nudes.
Wide open spaces. Jeet Pavlovic stars in the campaign for Aje’s Resort 18 collection, Awelye, an homage to the works of renowned Indigenous Australian artist Minnie Pwerle.
Searching for equilibrium. Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, British sculptor, installation artist and filmmaker Oliver Beer and Australian archaeological ceramicist Yasmin Smith have been announced to take part in the 21st Sydney Biennale.
“Desire, allure, beauty in all forms, of reflection, power, emotions, complexities, protection and identity.” When artist and designer Dina Broadhurst set out to create a collection of her signature collages in collaboration with Westfield Chermside, this is what she wished to convey.