OFF THE WALL: The AGSA’s Lisa Slade uncovers the lesser-known story behind one of Adelaide’s favourite paintings – a monumental work that inspired late 19th-century SA suffragettes and still provides inspiration to women living in the Middle East today.
A South Australian artwork selected for showing during the prestigious Venice Biennale combines sculpture, moving image and sound to bring to the fore the fragility of the planet, writes the Art Gallery of SA’s Lisa Slade.
Rethinking the word ‘remote’ could help South Australia shake off decades of ingrained inferiority and polite apologetic behaviour, writes the Art Gallery of SA’s Lisa Slade.
A new acquisition currently on display at the Art Gallery of SA strives to connect us with nature, and is the work of an artist who likes to plunge both herself and others into unusual circumstances, writes Lisa Slade.
Flickering into being for the first time in decades as part of a new hang at the Art Gallery of SA, Stanislaus Ostoja-Kotkowski’s Polachromatic image is a ‘moving image’ made long before the term became commonplace.