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55th Venice Biennale – First Impressions

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June 13, 2013

A Magazine's Toby Blyth jets to Venice, wanders the canals and attends the preview of the 55th Venice Biennale. Amidst the glamour and bellini drinking he reports back with his succinct and often humorous impressions of the art and the attendees.

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Light Up at Sydney’s Vivid Festival

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June 2, 2013

Sydney lit up

Vivid sees Sydney's built environment transformed into a magnificent canvas to showcase a multitude of talented and creative individuals. Vivid Festival runs every year from late May to early June and colours the city - from the sails of the Opera House to the MCA's magnificent facade and the Harbour Bridge - with an array of dazzling lights, projections and sounds. Photography by Mark Sherborne.

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Winter Solstice in Tasmania

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May 1, 2013

Don't be put off a mid winter trip to Tasmania - there is plenty happening mid June at Dark Mofo 2013 - celebrating the dark through large-scale public art, food, music, light & noise...you may even find yourself taking a winter solstice skinny dip.

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Infinite space in a nutshell

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June 4, 2013

Artbank celebrates its 33rd birthday.

Artbank is the largest buyer of contemporary art in Australia (and is Government owned). Their collection of over 10,000 artworks is available for rent by individuals or organisations. 'A Magazine's' Toby Blyth and Rebecca Ryba headed to the celebratory dinner party at Artbank's headquarters in Rosebery, Sydney. Toby Blyth reports back on the evening.

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Colours of the Earth

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May 6, 2013

Bernhard Edmaier

German naturalist Bernhard Edmaier's grandiose, yet finely detailed photographs betray his background as a geologist – but you don't need to know anything about geology to swoon over his picturesque landscapes, heart-racing geological formations and aerial perspectives. By Rachael Ang.

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Man making his mark, New Zealand

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October 28, 2013

Alan Gibbs Farm

"The Farm" as it is known in the art world, is a short trip north of Auckland, New Zealand, and is regarded as one of the world's largest private sculpture collections. 'A Magazine's' Julia Champtaloup makes the trip across the Tasman to investigate.

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Living Outside The Box

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December 9, 2013

Tim Hixon - photographer

Julia Champtaloup takes a look at Tim Hixon's latest photographic exhibition at the Lismore Regional Gallery.

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Alina Gozin’a, Sydney

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October 28, 2013

Alina Gozin'a - Sydney's photographer to the film world. 'A Magazine' was introduced to Alina when she provided us with some beautiful images of Luke Eve and Felicity Price - we were intrigued, and delved further to find a brilliant photographer with a distinctive style all of her own. By Toby Blyth.

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Take a walk on the wild side in Paris

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April 30, 2013

Musee de la Chasse PARIS

A museum hidden away in the back streets of Paris stirs a primeval instinct in 'A Magazine's' contributor, Rooksana Hossenally. The long-forgotten thrill of the chase is revived, if only for the duration of a visit to this extraordinary museum.

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The Cloud Man

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April 29, 2013

Berndnaut Smilde

'A Magazine' was quite taken with Dutch Artist Berndnaut Smilde and how he creates real scenes of beautiful indoor clouds and photographs them. By Rachel Ang.

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Thresholds of Timeless Art

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April 30, 2013

Kaldor Art Project #27

Kaldor Art Projects most ambitious project to date - 13 Rooms opens in Sydney for 11 days only. Be prepared to be shocked, confronted, surprised and involved. By Julia Champtaloup.

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Sculpture in the garden; grounds for renewal

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April 30, 2013

Sculpture in the garden; grounds for renewal

Public Art on display in Hobart, Tasmania. By Julia Champtaloup.

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