Her fifth painting in the Archibald Prize, Coppersmith's Self-Portrait, after George Lambert has won the country’s most popular portrait award.
The May 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine reveals what really motivated the original, hard-working, hard-living, musical genius – Leonard Bernstein.
Dandy to dangerous: a new exhibition unpicks three centuries of men’s fashionable dress.
A blockbuster exhibition intertwining the work of the Dutch artist and Japanese design studio nendo is the centrepiece of the gallery’s Spring/Summer 2018/19 program.
The latest issue of Limelight Magazine, with maestro Riccardo Muti, Simon Russell Beale on The Death of Stalin and Greta Bradman, is now available for subscribers to read online.
Sixty-five Impressionist masterpieces have travelled from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris to the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Discomfort or empathy? A new exhibition at Brisbane's GOMA hopes to generate a curious affection.
James Brennan’s painting of Do is a loving tribute that pays homage to Norman Rockwell.
Our next issue includes interviews with AWO guest maestro Riccardo Muti, Marin Alsop on conducting Lenny and Simon Russell Beale on The Death of Stalin.
Artist Angelica Mesiti and curator Juliana Engberg will represent Australia at the Biennale in 2019.
An exhibition of modern masters from the Hermitage and a major retrospective of South African photographer David Goldblatt are headed for Sydney.
The Adelaide Biennial and Biennale of Sydney put the contemporary in contemporary art.
Some of the artist’s most famous works will travel to Sydney for the very first time.