Allison Chhorn immerses viewers in the daily rituals of her Cambodian-Australian family with an atmospheric sound and image installation embodying themes of trauma, migration, displacement and cultural heritage.
Four very different portraits by South Australian artists were among the finalists in this year’s Archibald Prize. And as Robert and Tsering Hannaford tell Jane Llewellyn, the famous competition offers benefits well beyond the major $100,000 award.
Placards bearing hand-knitted pictures of political protest signs and installations bathed in purple light that turn a critical lens on New Age spirituality and self-help culture offer plenty to contemplate in two new exhibitions showing side by side.
Showing in the Adelaide Railway Station’s north eastern concourse, this exhibition of work by an impressive and diverse collection of mid-career South Australian artists is a must-see on the festival program.
A colourful new Adelaide exhibition celebrates the glamour of fashion during a particularly creative era, while also offering a poignant reminder of the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic.
ACE Open’s Studios: 2021 exhibition gives visitors an insight into the diverse ideas, processes and practices of five South Australian emerging contemporary artists.
Five local painters bring the Adelaide Hills to the city with a collection of new works all created in response to the same landscape but reflecting distinctly different styles.