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InsideArt.TV is launching a new Video Shorts program called ART BUBBLES. It’s going to be a regular program of interviews with artists, gallerists, curators and influential arts identities talking about the things that are happening in the art world today. It’s going to be newsy and informational. But above all, its going to aim to

InsideArt Education DVDs

InsideArt is offering a special introductory offer for our latest DVD release. The four engaging and insightful new art educational DVDs join the InsideArt offering for the 2016 academic year. The new releases join the successful showcase of 8 InsideArt education DVDs already available. The new InsideArt education releases include Women in Art, Perceptions of

Singapore moves to Centre Stage

Thursday, 23 January 2014 by

Gallerist and arts consultant Catherine Asquith has just returned from the Art Stage Singapore where she mingled with 40,000 other art lovers, buyers and browsers with works from more than 130 local and international galleries and 650 artists from 28 countries. Yes, Singapore is a player in the Asian art world! Held from 16 to

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

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

The Genius that is Ron Mueck

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 by

The expatriate Australian artist Ron Mueck  is probably one of the most successful sculptors of the 21st century. Mueck, who began his career working as a puppeteer on the childrens’ TV show, Shirl’s Neighborhood is now based in London where he slowly produces exquisitely lifelike, super-scale statements on humanity.  Woman with Sticks. Courtesy Hauser and Wirth,

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

Paul Cox first came to the notice of the Australian art world with some nude photographs he took not long after landing here from Holland. He had just rented space on Punt Road, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Melbourne. He had mounted some of the larger prints in the window of the shop front

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

Fred Williams is probably best known as the artist who changed the way we looked at Australia when he gave us his birds eye view of a messy, arid Australian landscape. When the young Fred Williams returned from five years in London he was struck by the contrast with the real Australian landscape rather than

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