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My Pretty Little Art Career

December 11, 2015

Grayson Perry at the MCA , Sydney

The flamboyant and colourful character of artist Grayson Perry shines bright and bold at the MCA in Sydney.

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Malmö Arts and Eats

December 3, 2015

A winter weekend in Malmö , Sweden

The quiet side of the now infamous Øresund Bridge, Malmö is a cosy haven of modern art, architectural history and cosy Scandinavian hospitality. Malmö is Sweden's third largest city just over the bridge from Denmark's Copenhagen . Herewith are our recommendations for a winter weekend away.

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Artists 4 Climate Change offer messages of hope to Paris

November 30, 2015

Artists 4 Climate Change in Paris

Paris has seen the worst tragedy in its recent history, with scores of young people killed and others injured. Through the laying of flowers and candle light tributes many have paid their respects and expressed their hopes for peace, not only in Paris, but everywhere. It is poignant therefore that Paris is currently hosting Climate Change talks and that these artists are getting behind the cause .

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The Future is here… you just haven’t seen it yet

November 25, 2015

A preview of the ' Embassies ' of Sydney's 2016 Biennale

The theme of the 20th Biennale of Sydney (opens March 18, 2016) is inspired by a quote from leading science fiction author William Gibson "The Future is Already Here — It’s Just Not Evenly Distributed "

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Beauty In The Concrete Jungles Of Paris

November 5, 2015

Laurent Kronental - Souvenir d'un Futur

French photographer Laurent Kronental’s series Souvenir d’un Futur captures the colossal, decrepit, post-modern jumble of the Paris’ high-rise residential towers, or grands ensembles, and more importantly, the aging citizens who call it home. We were moved by the wild scale and ambition of these strange projects, their manifestation of time and neglect, but most of all, the humanity and resilience that Kronental depicts.

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Janet Laurence – Deep Breathing

October 16, 2015

Artist Janet Laurence - Deep Breathing , Resuscitation for the Reef

Australian artist, Janet Laurence is creating an immersive space representing a resuscitation unit for the Great Barrier Reef as part of the Artists for Climate Change during the COP21 talks in Paris this November.

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Copenhagen Arts

October 3, 2015

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Copenhagen is a truly exciting city for the art lover. Here we take a look at some of the biggest exhibitions on currently - at some of the most exciting contemporary art spaces in the world.

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Kulture at Sydney Contemporary

September 26, 2015

Kulture - a new smart web platform from Sydney - went along to this year's Sydney Contemporary Art Fair at Carriageworks to capture the buzz of opening night and talk to some of the galleries and artists. Galleries from Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Asia were among those that participated, some for the first time.

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The Two Tates

September 1, 2015

Tate Modern, Tate Britain

Now comprising four gallery sites - Millbank, Liverpool, St Ives and Bankside - home of the national collection of British art, from 1500 to the present day, as well as host to the often contentious Turner Prize. The Tate offers one of the best and most fascinating curated collections of art in the world. A quick boat trip apart, you can easily visit both Tate Britain and Modern in one (very stimulating) day.

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There’s still some space left…

June 17, 2015

Maroesjka Lavigne, Photography

We discovered Maroesjka's beautiful images of Iceland a couple of years ago and loved her book ' Island ' .Here is her next collection of work still with those beautiful soft pastel hues that we loved in 'Ísland'.

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Sleepless – The bed in history and contemporary art, Vienna

May 30, 2015

Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria

More than forty years ago, John Lennon and Yoko Ono got into bed to protest against the war. The world’s most popular artist couple of that time made their honeymoon public by stating: “Make love, not war!”. Simultaneously, the bed turned into a political instrument of visual art.

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Morocco in Black & White

May 14, 2015

Morocco, Photo Essay

We were so taken with Morrocco and its vivid colours and rich culture it is somehow refreshing and calming to see these beautiful black and white images captured by talented Australian photographer Ryan Stuart.

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