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Facade by Tom Evangelidis

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Facade by Tom Evangelidis

Tom Evangelidis’ Facade, opening at Edmund Pearce gallery on 3 September 2014 is the culmination of a decade of work by the photographer.

Darren Doye Brings Light to Melbourne’s Forgotten Icons


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Darren Doye Brings Light to Melbourne’s Forgotten Icons



Colour, nostalgia and a slew of recognisable imagery collide in an exhibition of new work by emerging Mornington Peninsula artist Darren Doye, currently in its final week at Cheltenham’s Without…

Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

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Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

Queen Victoria Market is open Wednesday nights for Luna Night Market – with food, design, fashion and arts after dark.

Revelations: Sculptor Lisa Roet’s work with the non human animals

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Revelations: Sculptor Lisa Roet’s work with the non human animals

Artist Lisa Roet’s work challenges the viewer to consider their relationship to the non human animal; the animals around us, distant from us in zoos, in the ever shrinking wilderness,…

Review: 19th Biennale of Sydney 2014
Wonky

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Wonky

Polly Borland at the Centre for Contemporary Photography

Chinese art on the move

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Chinese art on the move

Sasha Grishin comments on a changing art scene in Beijing.

The Imagined Reality of Anne Marie Graham

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The Imagined Reality of Anne Marie Graham

Opening in April at Without Pier Gallery in Cheltenham is a survey of recent paintings by the established Melbourne-based artist, Anne Marie Graham.

The Ambiguous Realm: Waldemar Kolbusz

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The Ambiguous Realm: Waldemar Kolbusz

Looking at the work of Waldemar Kolbusz one can sense that here the act of painting engenders pictorial discovery. 

Review: Australian Art: A History

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Review: Australian Art: A History

Sasha Grishin / Miegunyah Press MUP

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