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Ben Quilty: Painting with purpose

Australian artist Ben Quilty’s paintings from life remind us that death is never far from our door, writes Lisa Slade, curator of a major survey exhibition of his work soon to open at the Art Gallery of SA as part of the Adelaide Festival.


Film review: If Beale Street Could Talk

Moonlight director Barry Jenkins’ Oscar-nominated adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel is a visually stunning and emotionally intense meditation on young love, family and social injustice in America.

Arts & Culture

2019 Adelaide Fringe and Festival hub

Click here for all InDaily’s stories, reviews and photo galleries from the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival, WOMADelaide and Writers’ Week.

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Politics Politics

Portrait of a faceless man

SPECIAL REPORT | He runs one of SA Labor’s ruling factions and orchestrated the rise of the state’s last premier, but mention David Gray’s name and most South Australians would assume you’re talking about an English troubadour or retired TV comedian. So is Labor’s most reclusive powerbroker a ‘faceless man’? “That’s not for me to say,” he tells Tom Richardson.


Garden of Unearthly Delights opening

Rundle Park hub The Garden of Unearthly Delights hosted an opening night party to celebrate the start of its 2019 Adelaide Fringe program.

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