Another Day, Another Lawsuit: Richard Prince Hit With A New Copyright Claim.

If you’re just joining us, you might want to go back and catch up on instalments one and two in the ongoing saga that is the drama-filled life and times of contr …

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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 …

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Amrit Murti’s ‘Translucent’ Beauty.

Art which takes a stand, makes a point and makes it well, comes to us in all different shapes and forms. Some art shouts it, brazen and in your face. Other art sidl …

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mischer’traxler’s Utopian Designs

We’ve covered Viennese design wizards mischer’traxler studio here on Outlet before — remember the kinetic light and sound installation, Curiosity Cloud, from …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Luke Rion.

The second instalment of our feature on the Black Lake Studio takeover of Off the Kerb is an interview with exciting young artist Luke Rion. Courtesy of Luke Rion. …

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Beatriz Esguerra On How Colombian Art Is Taking The World By Storm.

The best-known name in Colombian art over the past decade is arguably that of visionary artist Doris Salcedo. Salcedo’s work Shibboleth, a 167-metre-long crack in …

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Zac Grenfell’s ‘Zucculents’ at OTK.

Melbourne-based artist Zac Grenfell likes greenery. Mind you, he’s equally as passionate about animals and his fellow humans; and he’s bringing all three togeth …

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Loupe: Changing the Way You View Art.

Where art is concerned, the pursuit of freedom persists—freedom of expression, freedom of thought, the freedom to create. But what about freedom of space? Well, t …

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Austria Takes On ‘WDC Taipei 2016.’

In a modern world which is in a near-constant state of flux, it is so often the case that we, and the cities we live in, suffer from a bit of lag — because we hav …

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‘The Ink Draw’ Brings a Splash of Colour to Off the Kerb.

It’s often the case that we feel the need to make excuses about enjoying the simple, happy, bright little things that brought us joy as children. But why? Cou …

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Bec Hudson: Open Plains.

We live in the age of the ever-present photo-op. Everyone is seemingly always looking, seeking, hunting for the perfect Instagram photo. Everything’s always perfe …

Getting To Know: Julia Schmitt.

Artist Julia Schmitt’s darling pen-on-paper drawings capture the character of Melbourne and the quirkiness of the city’s inner north through a series of ill …

Getting To Know: Adam Osemrs.

Play is a word that serves to describe Melbourne-based artist Adam Osemrs’ artwork well. So it’s fitting, then, that his new show, which is the visual embodimen …