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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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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Caitlin Rigby and her Etherial Reflections

What’s a portrait without a face? Is it a portrait? Or it is something else altogether? In any case, Australian artist Caitlin Rigby’s new show Reflection, due …

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Guo Pei’s Tribute to Marie

Regarded as one of China’s foremost couturiers, Guo Pei is all about clothes-meets-art in an exquisite manner – and that’s all about watching models pan …

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The Untouchables?

Imagine you’re reading the news. You come across a particularly disturbing headline; it reads something along the lines of – ‘Young Girl Accuses Father of …

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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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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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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 …

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Willehad Eilers: All Will Be Good.

German-born, Netherlands-based artist Willehad Eilers (also known as Wayne Horse) is about to open a solo exhibition of stunningly detailed ink drawings at A Juan P …

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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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Dior: The Thinking Woman’s Brand

Just over a year ago, Maria Grazia Chiuri made her debut as Dior’s first female creative director by sending shirts emblazoned with the Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie q …

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 …

Cinematically, Calvin Klein

The month of September is in full swing, and there’s nothing to start off the festive calendar than with something refreshing – in a visionary sense. Ne …

‘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 …