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'Heard' mentality: Nick Cave's equine flash mob will restore joy to your world this weekend
The final two performances of this spectacular work provide a salve for the woes of the world
With an iPad as his canvas, David Hockney makes a bigger splash than ever before
Britain's greatest living artist dives into new modes of painting in an exhibition opening today at the NGV
The spectacular, inconvenient truth of Isaac Julien's 'Refuge'
The award-winning British filmmaker and artist's latest show poses some poignant questions for Australian audiences
Summer's best art installation is hard to Instagram (and it will also make you confront your mortality)
Time flies at 'Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect With Everything', the Sydney International Art Series exhibition opening today at the MCA
A portrait of the artist as a tent
The acclaimed Italian artist Francesco Clemente on tents and a tent's ability to create a universe in itself
An elegant new tome pays tribute to the many talents of Toni Maticevski
Out this week, Maticevski: The Elegant Rebel celebrates two decades of the designer's brilliant career. Here's your exclusive first look
At Splendour in the Grass, the search for Taylor Swift gives way to incredible acts and disparate youth
Highlights from Splendour's sweet sixteenth included snakes, Santigold and songs from Flume's sophomore album 'Skin' coming together to form an unforgettable weekend in the sun
Preview 'Degas: A New Vision' ahead of its NGV world premiere
Ahead of its world premiere at the NGV, here's your first look at 'Degas: A New Vision'
'Intelligence': Or, How one teacher found enlightenment in a hopeless place
"The more we studied each civilization’s fanciful notions of 'the universe,' the more I found myself looking for just a single certainty about existence — a single notion I could wrap my head around."
'Good Enough': One woman's quest to find peace in the imperfect
"A little about Perfect and Imperfect: Within ten weeks, I was divorced, sold my house and lost my big brother. I was caught in a tsunami of pain."