The aesthetically captivating 23rd edition of the biennale shows how art can contribute to debates around environmental sustainability.
2020 may be a year many will want to forget, but it’s important we record our experiences during the pandemic for future generations and scholars.
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is testament to the capacity of art and exhibitions to move beyond reflection to lead dialogue, especially at times of crisis and cancellations.
Australian artists are protesting the Adani mine's potential impact on the black-throated finch. The project is gaining traction online, but in this case, emotive art might not be enough.
The Sydney Biennale is blossoming from a rebellious childhood into an engaging maturity that speaks volumes to audiences, writes Felicity Fenner.
Recent criticisms of Cloud Arch attack the design yet are founded on a culturally entrenched, mean-spirited attitude to public art, writes Felicity Fenner.
A celebration of the historic Gurindji Walk-Off and an exploration of how 3D models can communicate human experience are the subjects of two powerful exhibitions opening at UNSW Galleries.
Some of the most pressing environmental concerns of our times will be explored in a suite of exhibitions opening at UNSW Galleries this week.
Helen Pynor’s work addresses emotional and physiological questions around the liminal space between life and death.
The relationship between art, technology and the human experience is the focus of one of three major exhibitions at UNSW Galleries.