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Praying hands

Isobel Philip discovers the spirituality of the Ipod in Nell’s new show Made in The Cross

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Beyond Richter

Liverpool Street Gallery is pleased to announce Denise Green’s forthcoming solo exhibition, Beyond Richter, which will be on view from 10 April – 6 May 2010. The exhibition will open on Thursday 15 April, 6-8pm by Professor the Honourable Robert

A Metaphor For Us All

From Brian Johns Opening at the Wilson Street Gallery on 29 March is The Ship of Fools by Newtown identity and artist of renown Bill Brown. Currently a lecturer at the National Art School, Brown has been exhibiting since the

Sooper Troopers

From Bonny Dot Cassidy They come loitering down a runway, into Linda Marrinon’s sixth solo show Figure Sculpture II at Roslyn Oxley9 [until March 1]. Beautiful troopers that they are, it’s hard not to wish for a battalion rather than

Big Bag O’ Apples

The Art Life begins it’s end of year special with a walk down one of Sydney’s art precinct thoroughfares, Glenmore Road in Paddington. It’s meant to be a two-way street but the traffic is viciously one way, get out of

Hassling A Brown Bear

Nature seems to be everywhere.

Material Witness

Material Witness

Reviews Aug 17, 2006

Over the last few weeks the real has seemed incredibly real. More real than usual. Then slowly it slipped back towards the normal real, the day to day of our usual unreality, the microworld of contemporary art, busted up roads,

Hole Much Older Than Previously Imagined By Mere Humans, Leading To Unavoidable Sense of Loss and Despair.
Leaving the Comfort Zone

Birch’s work toys with the vagaries of identity – Peter Criss being a vessel for the true revelation of the fiction of identity – but there is also a palpable sense of frustration here as well.

Oh You Crazy Artists

Gags and art. Art and gags. There just aren’t enough of them. Certainly not many good ones.