This powerful, haunting performance by Adelaide-based Alison Currie and Japanese-born, Berlin-based Yui Kawaguchi explores the constraints and possibilities of this strange new age in which we find ourselves.
On the 30th anniversary of her untimely death, the visionary, iconoclastic spirit of much-loved South Australian artist Barbara Hanrahan blazes forth from more than 180 works on paper in this extensive survey exhibition.
Van Gogh Alive has landed in Adelaide to brighten up winter with a multi-sensory extravaganza depicting the life and work of post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. It will delight and dazzle many, but purists may need to proceed with caution.
Experience the vicarious thrill and terror of going on a blind date in this unpredictable, cleverly devised and thoroughly entertaining show.
Echoing the joie de vivre of grape harvest and Barossa’s recent harvest festival, JamFactory at Seppeltsfield’s current exhibition fizzes over with the uninhibited vigour of more than 80 ceramic pieces by nine contemporary Australian artists.
Honor Freeman’s slip-cast porcelain soaps, sponges and washcloths yield new layers of meaning as they provide space for quiet contemplation on the pandemic that has occupied global consciousness since early 2020.
A double bill of contemporary dance by locally grown, globally minded choreographer Lewis Major invites a meditation on the universal truths of our times through two contrasting, memorable performances.