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Thursday, 12 March 2015 by

The Danish photographer, Søren Solkær is best known for his distinctive portraits of some of the world’s most famous musicians. He is most recognised as the man responsible for various iconic images of U2, REM, Björk, The White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand, David Lynch and The Arctic Monkeys. Soren has just launched a series of international

Kids with cameras tell tales

Wednesday, 09 October 2013 by

Wendy Ewald’s Centre for Contemporary Photography exhibition breaks new ground for exhibitions. Most of the photos aren’t hers. They are the product of her teaching, mentoring and experimenting with children talking their own pictures!   Phillip and Jamie are creatures from outer space in their space-ship – Denise Dixon; from the project Kentucky Portraits and Dreams The

Street Art has come of age. Its no longer Street Art, its become art by Street Artists. And its taking over the major public galleries in a way that was unimaginable just a few years ago. In this breakthrough DVD from InsideArt we meet and talk with leading street artist Luke Cornish, and Australians now

Bruce Postle was arguably Australia’s greatest Press Photographer of the post-war period. Bruce worked for The Age for most of his life and was widely regarded for his attack on the shot. You didn’t want to get in Bruce’s way when he was after a picture. His was an extreme sport long before the word

Jeffrey Smart was a very lucky man. He lived his passion daily. He lived in a house that he loved in a place that he loved. He was able to travel across Europe regularly to experience the works of the great classical artists who were his inspiration. He lived with a man he loved and

Sebastiao Salgado’s World

Thursday, 20 June 2013 by

The brilliant Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist, Sebastiao Salgado may be 69 but he is running a cracking pace with his latest magnum opus, Genesis. First a huge book by the ever adventurous German publisher, Taschen: “ This book will become a landmark…my hope is that it will make a significant contribution to the

Vincent Fantauzzo photographed by Michel Lawrence as he finishes his entry for the 2013 Archibald Prize

Vincent Fantauzzo’s large scale hyper-realist portraits are obviously much more popular with the public than they are with the Archibald Judges. He has missed The Big One five times now while winning the Packing Room and People’s Choice Awards. He has just done it again with the portrait of his girlfriend, Asher Keddie. Vincent Fantauzzo

Andrea Smith comes home

Tuesday, 02 April 2013 by

Andrea Smith left Australia 25 years ago. Along the way she rode a motor scooter- called Hannibal-across Europe, settled in Florence, learnt how to paint and began a whole new life. After a lengthy stint in new York where she also founded a small art school, she has now moved to Rome and continues to

The inveterate collector Pat Corrigan who’s just launched his Magnum Opus on his own massive Indigenous art collection. Published by MacMillans, Power and Colour was launched  in Melbourne by the NGVs Tony Ellwood and in Brisbane by the  former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Pat owns a transport company but his real passion is art in