Rebecca Ryba gets to know the guy responsible for Bondi's most recognisable selfies. At the centre of Australian surf culture, this beach has one of the most vibrant and ever-changing stretches of sand on the planet.
Kym Vercoe writes and performs in Version1.0's 'Seven kilometres north-east'
It is not often we stumble upon the scene of an atrocity whilst on holiday, but that is exactly what happened to Sydney actor, Kym Vercoe, from theatre company, version 1.0. The experience created a play 'seven kilometres north-east' and culminated in a documentary 'for those who can tell no tales'.
'The Mystery of the Ordinary' explores the evolution of René Magritte’s work from 1926 to 1938, an intensely innovative period in which he developed key strategies and techniques to defamiliarise the familiar—to make, in his words, “everyday objects shriek out loud.” The exhibition explores the artist's breakthrough surrealist years with pivotal works from the 1920s and 1930s. All photography courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Iain McKell captures the raw and transient life of the New Gypsies
'A Magazine' was captivated by these rich, slightly whimsical and rugged images of New Age Travellers taken over a ten year period by photographer, Iain McKell.
Musical and magical, simple, basic and self-sustaining. 'The New Gypsies' by Iain McKell, with essays by Val Williams and Ezmeralda Sanger.
Since its construction by Israel, the Separation Wall in the West Bank has been documented for its use as a canvas by artists from all over the world, including Banksy and other well-known graffiti artists. A new publication looks for more original perspectives on the Wall, from Palestinians themselves. Edited by Olivia Snaije and Mitchell Albert. By Julia Champtaloup.