Dolce & Gabbana’s New Royalty Generation

Dolce & Gabbana always have something to show for in their collections, whether the collection, the controversy of models and motifs or even the front row atte …

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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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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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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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The power of language

At one stage bilingualism was frowned upon and seen to be detrimental to children’s cognitive development, however studies have shown that knowing at least one ot …

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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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An Interview with Emily Persson

Australian artist Emily Persson comes from a long line of artistically talented ladies. Roused by her heritage, and inspired by the European greats of the 19th cent …

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My Journey To The Most Extreme Fetishes On The Internet

We all watch porn, don’t deny it. Some of us search the standard “sexy brunette stripping on webcam” and some of us search “sexy brunette bu …

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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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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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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 …