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.
A routine check by customs officers recovered the work, thought to be worth $1 million.
Opera Queensland draws out the music in Gerhard Richter’s work at Brisbane’s QAGOMA.
The Brandenburgs conjure a Dutch street carnival amongst the works of the masters.
The mezzo-soprano talks about her daring new project, which takes audiences deep into the inner workings of the human voice.
A special summer holiday bumper edition, the January/February 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine features Barrie Kosky on his daring production of The Nose. Plus, we reveal our 2017 Artists of the Year and chat with the Orava Quartet.
The exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery takes you behind the scenes of the Australian film industry.
Ai Weiwei headlines the contemporary art festival, bringing with him a new feature film, a 60 metre boat, and a crystal sphere.
The Museum of Contemporary Art immerses audiences in the vibrant colour and music of a pioneering artist.