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The 19th Biennale of Sydney: Cockatoo Island and the MCA
The Splendour and The Rapture: BOS19 Artists Announced

In Xanadu did Kubla Khan; A stately pleasure-dome decree : Where Alph, the sacred river, ran, Through caverns measureless to man, Down to a sunless sea

Engberg for BOS19

“The Biennale of Sydney, as one of the most established and certainly one of the largest of the world’s biennales, provides an exciting and challenging opportunity for curatorial development.”

BOS18: Art Gallery of NSW

Unlike the last Biennale in 2010, themes chosen at each venue are coherent, if not a little overworked…

BOS18: All Our Relations

Does it work? Is it a meaningful experience as promised, or is it just conceptual basket weaving?

BOS18: Museum of Contemporary Art

The most successful works in BOS18 at the MCA are those where the artist has taken a traditional technique and reinvigorated it in a contemporary context.

BOS18: Cockatoo Island

While Cockatoo Island provides an incredible location for a Biennale audience it simultaneously poses a delight and a curse for curators and artists.

Biennale of Sydney: more popular than ever

Invited to assess the 2010 Biennale of Sydney for a forum at the UNSW College of Fine Art, Andrew Frost found it harder to make up his mind than he had thought…

BOS2010: Richard Grayson

Isobel Johnston talks with Richard Grayson about his recent work featured at Cockatoo Island, his directorship of the 2002 Biennale of Sydney and where sci-fi meets the Bible belt.

BOS2010: Peter Hennessey

Whoa man – the universe is big – really big! Andrew Frost has a meltdown…