Amanda Dziedzic’s Beautiful Gems of Glass

Earlier this week I was aimlessly scouring through the feeds of some local galleries, such as I am wont to do, when I stumbled across some odd little gems. I was im …

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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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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 …

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American Politics: what you need to know before November 11th

2016 will go down in history as the year that hosted the most intense and hyped United States election that the world had ever seen. From constant throwing of accus …

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An Open Letter to “Reverse Racism”

Dear “Reverse Racism”, I do not wish to make you feel marginalised or victimised (I can imagine the ways in which the system has persecuted you, I’d hate to c …

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Art Town 2016

One of Australia’s most vibrant cultural events is back for 2016, and it’s posed to turn the streets of Melbourne into a Plein-air art gallery. Courtesy of …

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Are the Oscar’s Obsolete? Or Just Out-of-Touch?

Short answer – Obsolete: no. Out-of-touch: hell yes. The reality is, awards season is a game. The whole industry, the Hollywood branch, is an elaborate game o …

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Undercover’s New Society

Subversive with more performance act than runway show, Jun Takahashi of Undercover did the absolute most for the F/W 2017 season, which was held at the historic Sal …

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In the world of Rei Kawakubo

Come 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will see to host the next Met Exhibition based on the theme of Rei Kawakubo, the founder and designer of beloved Japanese …

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Diversity is Disappointed with Fashion, Again.

Yet in the fashion industry, despite years of debate, controversy and even vain attempts at trying to be more sensitively aware, disappoints again. It seems to have …

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Let’s get political, political

In 776 BCE, the Ancient Greeks founded their own Olympic Games in celebration of sport and the male physique, hosting the festival in arenas of peace rather than po …

Edward Enninful’s #NewVogue

Kate Moss, Sadiq Khan, Adwoa Aboah, Grace Coddington, Millie Bobby Brown and Naomi Campbell. What do they all have in common? They each play a part in Edward Ennifu …