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Ecstatic, Hysterical, Profound: Pipilotti Rist’s ‘Sip My Ocean’

“I tried using the room map to work out what I was looking at but in the end just gave in to the thrill of it all.”

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Dan Bell and the End of Everything

One of the most curious aspects of Dan Bell’s YouTube videos is just how watchable they are…

Archibald, Wynne & Sulman 2017: A cup of tea and a lie down

The tension between traditional portraits and works that sit at the limits of what most people consider a portrait is the friction that fires up the whole engine of the prize.

Why A Mountain: An Interview with Peter Daverington

“Everything felt so cool and consolidated like there was some agreement amongst the art establishment of what is serious and what is not. Romantic Landscape painting was literally a no go zone, career suicide, so that appealed to me. What happened though is that I really came to love it and through some curious fate I ended up living in the Hudson Valley.”

Someone Thought This Was A Good Idea

You may not like whatever you see here but ultimately it will be good for you.

John Olsen: The You Beaut Country

The saying goes that the only difference between a radical and a conservative is 10 years.

Mike Parr: Foreign Looking

The weight of Parr’s Self Portrait Project is apparent in the number of attempts he’s made to end it.

Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman

Art Life , Reviews May 30, 2016

It’s a fascinating glimpse at a face familiar from her long body of work, a face that seems almost blank without prosthetic noses and theatrical makeup.

Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes 2015

You care because you already care.

Transcend

Transcend

Art Life , Exhibitions Jul 13, 2015

Japanese performance art and folklore.