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.
The latest issue looks at opera singers old and new, from Callas to Kaufmann, with more than a side glance at Shostakovich and Salieri.
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 Free entry
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.
Artist wins a second Archibald Prize for her “sincere, deep, generous and creative” portrait of actor Hugo Weaving.
The new issue reveals the results of our critical blind-testing of six of Australia’s top orchestras.