Jake Moss: With Feelings Exhibition
A collection of blatant and honest paintings, Moss describes his work as colourful, meaningful, philosophical, funny, serious, pretty, ugly and BIG. Growing up with split parents, one whom was very religious and the other who had found their livelihood managing a brothel, Moss brings a kaleidoscope of opinions and influences to his eye catching and controversial images.
Experience this widely creative and colourful artist and meet him in person during Wonderland ...
I carry your heart exhibition by Brisbane artist Sarah Sculley!
Jugglers Art Space will be taken over by a range of colourful and emotive artworks that explore a number of muses from the inside out. The collection aims to unite people from across the globe, from different backgrounds and beliefs and to offer you the opportunity to empathize, understand and connect.
Included are a number of collaborative works with Ladies on Wall - street artists from Jakarta, Indonesia.
I carry your heart Exhibition
17 March - 27 March ...
Namatjira Project Special Event at BIFF!
“The Namatjira Project … might just be as significant a bridge between blackfella and whitefella as the now fading memory of the march across the coathanger, or even the apology.”
From the trackless Australian desert to the gates of Buckingham Palace, the Namatjira family have struggled for decades to see justice done. Albert Namatjira was a man caught between two worlds. He was paraded as a great Australian, but treated with contempt.
He was the first Indigenous ...
Homunculi Exhibition By Zoe Porter
This exhibition will include drawing, video, installation, sculpture and live performance that focus upon depictions of various hybrid forms. These works present a kind of personal mythology that feature imaginary forms and environments that sit somewhere between the animal, human, plant and non-human realms as well as drawing on the everyday and the subconscious.
This exhibition will be made in collaboration with Ali Cameron (video), Olivia Porter (video/performance) and Ben Ely ...
David Bowie is Exhibition at ACMI
David Bowie is was created by the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London drawing upon unprecedented access to the David Bowie Archive of costumes, objects, album artwork, and memorabilia. The exhibition includes lyric sheets, hundreds of photographs, stage sets, rare videos, filmed live shows, over 50 costumes and interviews with key collaborators.
Special displays within the exhibition explore Bowie’s influences as musician, stage performer, writer and actor – ...
William Bustard: Painting with light exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane
Bustard (1894 – 1973) was an artist, illustrator and stained-glass window designer, whose work continues to portray an optimistic view of a changing city. On arriving to Brisbane in 1921, he became captivated by the brilliant Queensland light and depicted this unique characteristic of our landscape through his multi-faceted art practice.
Bustard was also acclaimed for his stained-glass designs – a craft which literally captures the light – with many of his detailed hand-drawn ...
Big Eyes Movie Review
The paintings, and prints of the paintings, sold like hotcakes and Keane amassed a fortune as a result. There was a problem, though - the pictures were actually created by his wife Margaret. A patron of Margaret, Tim Burton, directs his best film in years, covering the story of Margaret Keane's struggle to reclaim her artistic soul.
The first thing that strikes you about Tim Burton's new film is the colour. At first glance, each shot looks like a painted backdrop, crafted in flawless ...
James Turrell: A Retrospective Exhibition at NGA
It celebrates Skyspaces, viewing chambers that affect our perception of the sky, and surveys Turrell’s life work, Roden Crater, a naked eye observatory in an extinct volcano on the edge of the Painted Desert, Arizona. The exhibition follows three highly successful shows throughout 2013—at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Guggenheim in New York—with works from LACMA’s tour and spectacular installations purpose-built for Canberra.