The Australian photographer on shooting undercover at the Paris Opéra and undertaking a Mahler pilgrimage.
Hardy bathers brave freezing River Derwent during Dark MOFO Festival.
A look at opera singers old and new, from Callas to Kaufmann, with more than a side glance at Shostakovich and Salieri.
Carriageworks, June 8–July 1
Shooting undercover at the Paris Opéra, a Mahler pilgrimage in the woods, and how I learned to spell Götterdämmerung.
One of Britain’s greatest artists, J. M. W. Turner (1775–1851) is celebrated today as a highly modern painter.
South Australia has been spoiled at this year’s Come Out Festival, and it’s not just the kids who’ve had all the fun.
MoFo's midwinter event is moved upstream as Tasmanian Police show their funny side.
Portrait of Asher Keddie proves the popular winner from this year’s Archibald exhibition.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
Will Wagnerlicht at Vivid compensate the harbour city for missing out on the Melbourne Ring?
Current head of Vivid and former director of the Sydney Festival is to take over in 2015.
More than 60 of the late painter's works on show in his own studio explore his love of a good curve.
The human body, clothed and unclothed, is at the heart of this most interactive of art events.
For some, Stravinsky's masterpiece can be a perplexing listen. But help is at hand as a new musical animation illuminates its darker corners.
Ever wanted to see yourself on the sails of Australia’s most recognisable building. Well here’s how…
The new issue reveals how Stravinsky’s controversial yet hugely influential masterpiece changed the world.
Art award goes to artist for work based on the “humble discards” of a suburban home.
When thirteen contemporary artists take over an old Pier in Walsh Bay anything can happen, and frequently does.
Melbourne artist Warren Lane wins the 2013 satirical prize with his portrait of Gina Rinehart scoffing chocolate cake.