'Partu' is an exhibition of conceptual furniture created by WA-based saddler Johnny Nargoodah, and NSW-based designer Trent Jansen – showi...
A closer look at the work of the Newcastle-based emerging artist Ileigh Hellier - one to collect, while you still can, art lovers!
Get to know the five artists in our Indigenous group art exhibition, 'Different Sorta Colour'. Sales are open now!
Artist Kate Florence and sculptor Lucas Wearne of Neighbourhood Studio collaborate on a collection of hand-painted, one-off sculptures.
The Newcastle artist paints calm, reflective scenes of life on the edge of human habitats, for his second solo exhibition at Saint Cloche.
The Melbourne-based artist takes us around her temporary studio in Cornwall, England, where she recently completed an artists residency.
A twist of fate (and modern technology) brings an Australian modernist icon’s brilliant solo exhibition to your home.
From 18 communities around Mparntwe (Alice Springs) comes a diverse exhibition celebrating rain, colour and memories!
The Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist takes us through her Northcote studio.
Unexpected colour combos and kooky characters crowd the canvas of this Melbourne-based painter!
Design duo A+A combine furniture design with the ancient practice of straw marquetry for a new exhibition as part of Melbourne Design Week!
Artist Karen Black hasn't always given herself permission to talk. But in her upcoming exhibition, 'It's Not Real' at Sullivan+Strumpf, she'...
The Mullumbimby-based artist formerly known as Heath Newman brings us up to speed on some major life changes and his latest exhibition.
A mother, an artist and a leader, we explore the profound work of Yaritji Tingila Young, on the APY Lands in remote South Australia.
From abstract landscapes to detailed portraits, these are the artists to start collecting right now!
The prodigal son of Maitland, NSW returns to showcase his last decade of work in 'Long Story Short' at Maitland Regional Art Gallery, openin...
National Gallery of Australia overtakes 1,500 billboards across the country to display the works of female Australian artists. It's time to
The young Mornington Peninsula artist capturing the Australian ecosystem in exquisite detail, stillness and gore.