Five dynasties make the journey from London to Bendigo this March in an exhibition about royal portraiture.
The artist, who has an intellectual disability, has a work on the cover of the Fringe brochure, on Adelaide trams, and as a city mural. He also has an exhibition in the festival.
Pianist Nicole Tj and violinist Thomas Lo, co-founders of anon., tell us about their 18-week music series, Bach X Reimagined, inspired by the National Gallery of Victoria's Escher x nendo exhibition.
On May 2, it is the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, with celebrations planned across Europe. Art historian Rosalind Ormiston explores the life and genius of the original ‘universal man’ – artist, inventor, scientist, architect, and possibly a vegetarian.
We reveal our 2018 Artists of the Year. Other features include The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet and Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30.
Inside this issue: 2018 Artists of the Year, The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30, Leonardo Da Vinci 500.
With the National Gallery of Australia soon to host 80 Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces, 40 of which are from Tate Britain, we discover how the 19th century’s most backward-looking group was actually quite enmeshed in the modern day.
The new exhibition at the NGV brings together Dutch prints, Japanese design, and Bach.
In the December 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine we pay tribute to Richard Gill's extraordinary life and legacy, and our critics pick 2018's standout CDs.
In the December 2018 edition of Limelight Magazine we pay tribute to Richard Gill's extraordinary life and legacy. Plus, the standout CDs of 2018.
Dr Nick Gordon looks at the financial complexities of the Venice Biennale.
A new report has shown that international arts tourism has increased significantly, beating out wineries, casinos and sporting events.
The Japanese artist brings new sound worlds to the Asia Pacific Triennial at QAGOMA.