The National Gallery of Australia’s founding director, who acquired Jackson Pollock’s iconic Blue Poles, has died at age 88.
The rivalry between Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse has been likened to a boxing match. With a new exhibition in Canberra setting their artworks side by side, we explores the complexity of the pair’s relationship, and how it transformed art in the 20th century.
Jansson J. Antmann talks to Neil Armfield and artist Abdul Abdullah about how religious, sexual and identity politics feature in many of the works in this year's Adelaide Festival.
Discover our readers' and critics' favourite artists of 2019, learn about Beethoven's final tempestuous year, and celebrate Musica Viva as it turns 75.
Tim Olsen tells us about his father's latest exhibition, and why the 91-year-old Australian artist won't be found on the golf course.
The Art Gallery of WA’s Brutalist building turns 40.
“What more can these f*ckers do to us?” The industry responds as the Department of Communications and the Arts is swallowed by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications.
The standout CDs of 2019 plus music for your Christmas stockings, Bran Nue Dae at 30, David Williamson's final curtain call, and we interview Richard Mills.
A major retrospective by UK artist Cornelia Parker is coming to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
This year’s Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards exhibition is innovative and lively.
The summer exhibition for next year will be a major, Sydney-exclusive Matisse exhibition from the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Sydney is unearthing the history of music making in the early colonial home.
Opening this week, its first exhibition showcases the work of artists like Cigdem Aydemir, Lisa Roet and Louise Paramor.