The Armory Show 2016

NYC is in the midst of fair fever – art fair fever, that is. All manner of arty fairs are rolling into town this month, among them the Spring/Break Art Show, …

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We’ll Always Have Paris

I was talking to someone recently about why the hardest blow for many people, amongst all of the atrocities to have befallen the world of late, was the one that hit …

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Déjà vu: The Ongoing Saga Surrounding Richard Prince

Remember not too long ago when everyone was talking about professional appropriator Richard Prince, and his Gagosian show Richard Prince: New Portraits? Yeah, well …

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Mira Krulic’s Cosmic Portal.

Artist Mira Krulic’s artworks are stunning. Literally. Gazing at one up close can be a little bit overwhelming—all of that neon-brightness roiling around your r …

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Jacob Coppedge’s ‘Dark Corner’ at Off the Kerb

For all the art we have to admire in the world, some of the most fascinating and enrapturing pieces remain to be some of the simplest: drawings. Maybe it’s the ra …

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Laurel Berman of ‘Black Halo’ on Fine Fashion and ‘Jackie O’.

In the wake of International Women’s Day, it seems fitting to further the march by seeking out and celebrating great women. Women who are, or were, strong and det …

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Junky Comics Pop In and Pop-Up in Melbourne

Melburnian comic lovers rejoice, because Brisbane institution and smash-hit pop culture nexus Junky Comics is popping into town! Vlada Edirippulige and Phoebe Parad …

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Almost Iris: ‘Find Me Where the Feelings Go’

Mastering the art of the simple line is no mean feat. Just ask anyone who’s ever looked at a Matisse drawing and thought: “I could do that”—only to then fai …

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‘AWAKE’ by This Little Collective at Off the Kerb

It’s a love-fest over at Off the Kerb, this month. The Collingwood gallery is about to open a new show called Awake – a wide-ranging exhibition brimming wit …

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NEU NOW is Now

A couple of months ago, we gave you a sneak peek into what Amsterdam’s premier international festival for emerging artists, NEU NOW, had in store for us this comi …

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André Brasilier: In New York.

André Brasilier is enjoying a renaissance. The 88-year old French artist has been the subject of renewed fandom in recent times, with prices for his works increasi …

Getting To Know: Barek.

October is a good month for spooks. The best, some might say. So, with Halloween firmly on the horizon, street artist and lover of all things ghostly, Barek, is bri …

Getting to Know: Liam Snootle.

Melbourne-based Liam Snootle (a.k.a. Liam Stewart) is perhaps best known for his work as a commercial and street artist, but his gallery shows are a hit, too—so m …

‘TERRA’ at BEA.

It’s always a thrill when we get to cover an exciting new exhibition from the talented slate of artists at Beatriz Esguerra Art and TERRA, the gallery’s newest …