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Off The Wall is off and running

Friday, 13 March 2015 by

Street Art is unquestionably the biggest, most universal art movement. Ever. It has risen with the explosion in personal communications to become the most omnipresent, homogenous, far-reaching, global movement in the history of art. Australian street artists Dabs Myla began their meteoric rise in Melbourne Australia. Now they are painting the world from Hollywood. Photo of

The Reclaimer

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Murray Walker is 77 and has the energy of a man half his age. His output is staggering and his practice usually begins at the recycling depot where he finds his found objects that usually form the basis of his weirdly wonderful work. What was Once Yours…Is Now Mine! Murray Walker’s latest show, The Reclaimer, subtitled:

Charles Justin is an acclaimed architect-turned-developer with a large art collection and an eye for a good idea. He is developing a new apartment complex in Chapel St.,  St Kilda which he has handed over to three artists who have created interventions to the derelict and abandoned building as it waits for demolition. The end result

Keeping the Blockbuster juggernaut rolling, the NGV has launched its 2013 Winter Masterpieces with a 60-piece exhibition of Claude Monet’s iconic Giverny classics. Monet, while not the founder of Impressionism, gave the 19th century Paris-based movement its name with his painting Impression: Sunrise. Monet’s most iconic works, including the waterlilies and the Japanese bridge paintings, however,

Inside Art-launches June 6 on C31!

Sunday, 30 October 2011 by

Australia’s newest Arts TV program launches at 8.30pm on Wednesday June 6 on C31. A new Australian program dedicated to looking at art from the artists perspective. The show will also feature regular commentators who are all acknowledged experts in their fields. These will include the leading gallerist Stuart Purves of Australian Galleries and Auctioneer

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