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A portrait of centenarian and artist Guy Warren AM has secured the Archibald Prize on the 100th anniversary of the esteemed Australian portrait award.
Following the recent opening of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s 2021 Ramsay Art Prize, two winning works from the previous Ramsay prize provide the inspiration for an illuminating display at the gallery – a timely exhibition that coincides with Reconciliation Week.
In a former cafe next door to a 20-storey ‘vertical village’ in Adelaide, Claire Wildish runs a community art studio that’s a work in progress in every sense.
South Australian installation artist Kate Bohunnis has taken out this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize with a “visceral” sculpture of metal and silicone.
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.
A visit to the Art Gallery of South Australia as a child 85 years ago ignited a lifelong love of art in Diana Ramsay and led to a legacy that remains vividly present today.
A new book by Adelaide-based cultural historian Noris Ioannou tells the history and story of Australian folk art in all its wonderful diversity. Publisher Michael Bollen highlights a few of the treasures within.
Have you ever tried to imagine a world you have never seen or people you have never met? In 1861 that is exactly what Japanese artist Utagawa Yoshiiku did when he designed a three-panel woodblock print now on display at the AGSA.
Carly Snoswell’s laundry-turned-studio is home to a lifetime’s supply of sequins and an eclectic collection of fabric and other interesting materials used to create colourful works that explore the intersection of art and fandom.
PHOTO GALLERY: Six young South Australian artists working across a range of media are among the 24 finalists selected for this year’s $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize for contemporary Australian artists under the age of 40.
It may be the greatest robbery you’ve never heard of. In 1990, thieves stole $US200 million worth of art from a Boston gallery. A new Netflix series seeks to find the culprits.
Mother-son art duo Koruna and Kaspar Schmidt Mumm have a deep understanding of the world-building power of pulped paper, so this weekend they’re hosting a hands-on tutorial on the practical art of papier-mâché.