The 1941 painting 'Going to the Pictures' depicts drought and pride in the Australian outback, and is tipped to become the artist's most valued work.
- by Nick Miller
Ambient beats duo Brutalist are in Marseille and Melbourne, respectively, but that hasn't stopped them putting out a new EP.
- by Mikey Cahill
The Australian Ballet's tour photographer had to flee police in Tiananmen Square after taking a photo of a dancer.
- by Catherine Lambert
Thirsty Merc's Phil Stack is in a good place - literally and figuratively.
- by Nick Galvin
Suburban Interior reflects our iso reality, and that's partly why Geelong Gallery's Jason Smith chose it as a favourite artwork.
- by Kerrie O'Brien
Watching artists at work on social media is entertaining huge audiences and proving a commercial opportunity for artists.
- by Caroline Zielinski
Sufjan Stevens rises to challenges all around him with new album The Ascension.
- by Martin Boulton
Laresa Kosloff's thoroughly mischievous film redeploys commercial footage for a timely message about capitalism, consumerism and the environment.
- by Robert Nelson
When a $50,000 musical theatre scholarship picked an overwhelmingly white list of 30 semi-finalists it was accused of subconscious prejudice.
- by Nick Miller and Catherine Lambert