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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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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Artist Interview: Margaret Mcintosh

I got the chance to sit down and chat with local Melbourne artist, Margaret McIntosh- who currently exhibited at Off the Kerb Gallery in Collingwood. Her one-month …

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Meet the Founders of Ethical Fashion Platform, The Helm Society

Founders of ethical platform, The Helm Society, Nicole Bennett and Aleysha Campbell, know a thing or two about curating the ideal ethically sourced closet. I caught …

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Candy Ng’s Whimsical World of Imagination at Off the Kerb

Melbourne-based graphic artist and illustrator Candy Ng is a bit of a globetrotter. Born in Hong Kong, Candy made the move to Australia at age 17, and has studied b …

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Must-See Art: ‘Getting By’ by Astrotwitch at OTK.

In times of political turbulence, art has often been our saving grace. Not in so much as it’s anything like miraculous. No, the wonder of art is that it inspires …

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Palmyra: What You Need to Know

Palmyra – it’s all over the news. It’s been recaptured. It’s damaged, but how badly? What are we going to do about it? Is it really safe? How long will …

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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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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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Cleaning up our act: how do we combat Islamophobia?

The only sign of human activity was the four pairs of chef clogs resting on a mostly empty shoe rack. I briefly panicked, wondering if I’d already committed a fau …

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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 …

Carlos Alarcón: Trial and Error.

Newly opened at BEA, Carlos Alarcón’s show Trial and Error is being touted as a mini-retrospective, featuring a stellar selection of recent works, as well as …

Female Heroism of Prada

Italian powerhouse Prada always brings its best and brightest with every season, and with creative director Miuccia Prada behind the scenes being one of the most re …

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 …

Poetry in Lemaire

Sarah Linh Tran and Christophe Lemaire once described their design appeal as designing ‘for a woman who has found her style and lives it with grace. Her clothing …

The Olivier Theyskens Woman

He may have left Theory a while ago, but for Olivier Theyskens, the sultry magic remains with his Paris Fashion Week S/S 2018 collection, inspired by his biggest hi …