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Who would have thought relational art would become so lucrative?

The kind of thing you might buy at Bunnings…

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Beyond the Frame

Beyond the Frame

Reviews Sep 25, 2011

Guest blogger Luise Guest takes a look at White Rabbit’s latest exhibition Beyond The Frame..

Generation Chill

Comrade-in-blog Iconophilia brought to our attention an unofficial kind of war art… Unofficial war art? War zone street art? Even if you’re familiar with the work of recent official Australian war artists (for example, in war zones, Charles Green and

Candy coloured avatars

Nick Terrell casts a critical eye over the pop cultural amnesia of Anthony Lister, Ben Frost and Franck Gohier…

Inception: Christopher Nolan Generic

Marcus Trimble writes on the architectural vision of Christopher Nolan, from Batman Begins to Inception…

Julie Rrap: She’s Back

Arts writer and critic Tracey Clement has recently launched her own blog. Unfettered by editorial guidelines she’s now free to voice her opinions, pro and con on art, and share them with the world. Here she reviews Julie Rrap’s latest show…

John Sangster: Australia and All That Jazz

Artist and musician Simon Hunt publishes one of the best music blogs around – Never Enough Rhodes – writing on jazz, obscure funk oddities and neglected gems of hybridised musical madness. One such forgotten masterpiece is the work of Australian jazz composer John Sangster whose Australia and All That Jazz mixes lite soundtrack – with field recordings. Here hunt explains the background to Sangster’s career and the strange birth of the album…

Beyond The Edge

Some months back we posted an image by Ross Racine. After the artist got in touch to ask us to let readers know that he has new work available on his web site, we asked if he’d agree to a