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‘It’s deeply personal’: Why Samuel Johnson sat for people’s choice winner Jeremy Eden

‘It’s deeply personal’: Why Samuel Johnson sat for people’s choice winner Jeremy Eden

On Wednesday, Eden’s painting of the Australian actor was named the Archibald Prize’s people’s choice.

  • by Linda Morris

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Celebrated in Paris and ripped off back home: an Indigenous art tale

Celebrated in Paris and ripped off back home: an Indigenous art tale

While the late Indigenous artist Sally Gabori is being feted in the top echelons of Paris, a tragic subplot of theft and deception swirls in the background.

  • by Gabriella Coslovich
New exhibition puts spotlight on the two women who changed our art scene

New exhibition puts spotlight on the two women who changed our art scene

Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme came from rival publishing families and were determined to forge their own creative paths. Not everyone was happy.

  • by Tiarney Miekus
‘Human spider’ spins her intricate web in must-see Australian shows

‘Human spider’ spins her intricate web in must-see Australian shows

Japanese-born artist Chiharu Shiota’s career-spanning survey The Soul Trembles is especially poignant.

  • by Kylie Northover
Looking for life? You might find it in these tuning forks, artist says

Looking for life? You might find it in these tuning forks, artist says

A new exhibition at Carriageworks examines the meaning and feeling of life.

  • by Anthony Segaert
‘A really great love story’ evolves into a last hurrah for artist Colin Lanceley

‘A really great love story’ evolves into a last hurrah for artist Colin Lanceley

It was love at first sight for Colin Lanceley. Now his widow is uniting with the National Art School to honour the late artist with an overdue retrospective.

  • by Elizabeth Fortescue
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Primal, addictive, risky: why our up-and-coming artists can’t stop making their mark

Primal, addictive, risky: why our up-and-coming artists can’t stop making their mark

Artists vying for the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize reflect on the highs and lows of a creative life.

  • by Tiarney Miekus
Sharks! Sydney’s upcoming summer blockbusters will tear you off the couch
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Sharks! Sydney’s upcoming summer blockbusters will tear you off the couch

Jurassic World by Brickman will run an extra five weeks through the school holidays until July 17 while a deep dive into sharks is planned to replace the popular exhibition in September.

  • by Linda Morris
UFOs or trick of the light? Bruce Munro has got the military guessing

UFOs or trick of the light? Bruce Munro has got the military guessing

Is it a coincidence that the artist who creates immersive light-based installations is just a short drive from the UFO capital of England? He insists it is.

  • by Richard Jinman
From semi-pro baller to acclaimed artist, how Daniel Boyd is rewriting history

From semi-pro baller to acclaimed artist, how Daniel Boyd is rewriting history

The artist, 39, will now have his first major Australian solo exhibition titled Treasure Island.

  • by Robert Moran
A different side to Alexander McQueen is coming to Australia

A different side to Alexander McQueen is coming to Australia

The bad boy of British fashion, who died in 2010, will follow in the footsteps of Chanel with a NGV exhibition that’s set to highlight the hope in his influential designs and delve into his life.

  • by Damien Woolnough