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InsideArt Named Best Arts Program

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 by

InsideArt has won the prestigious Antenna Award for Most Outstanding Arts Program for 2014 The Antenna Awards recognise and showcase outstanding community television programs broadcast on stations of Australia’s Channel 31. Hosted by Melbourne’s Channel 31 at Fed Square, the Awards are drawn from a pool of nominees, a final list is selected for each award. More than 500 initial nominations

People’s Choice…

Thursday, 11 September 2014 by

Vincent Fantauzzo wins the Archibald Prize People’s Choice …AGAIN! The People have voted and clearly they LOVE Vincent Fantauzzo! Vincent has won the Archibald Prize People’s Choice yet again! Last year he won with a portrait of his wife, the very talented Asher Keddie.This year it’s his son Luca painted in his favourite outfit –

Fiona Lowry’s airbrush in soft, soft, pastel colours of the Sydney architect Penelope Seidler, has won the 2014 Archibald Prize.  This is Fiona’s third time in the Archibald – Australia’s most prestigious portrait prize. Last year she was highly commended and was a finalist in both the Wynne and Sulman Prizes. Fiona met Penelope at

America by the Americans

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 by

The Art Gallery of New South Wales launches the most expansive survey of American art ever presented in Australia on November 8. Curatorial Consultant, Chris McCauliffe says:”What makes Americans American? …these paintings are a guide, revealing the self-reliance and communal beliefs, optimism  and anxieties that makes America tick”. The show show contains 80 works from

Five of the world’s greatest contemporary photographers feature in the latest all star line-up from InsideArt’s latest DVD release. International photographers Jeffrey Wall, Gregory Crewdson and Thomas Demand are joined by Australia’s internationally recognised John Gollings and the acclaimed Bill Henson.  Also include in this brand new release is Monash Gallery of Art’s Shaune Lakin

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

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

Jeffrey Smart has been a giant in the Australian art world for the past 30 years. He is now 91 and his last painting, Labyrinth is a feature of the TarraWarra retrospective: Master of Stillness: Jeffrey Smart paintings 1940-2011. Opens Friday 21 December until 31 March 2013. Jeffrey Smart’s last painting: Labyrinth Earlier in the

Pat Corrigan has been an avid collector for most of his life. For the past ten years he has amassed a massive collection of indigenous art. He has now picked the eyes from his extraordinary collection with the help of Macmillian publisher Jenny Zimmer and author Jane Raffan to produce a mighty big book, titled

Wall-sized tableaux

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 by

The Canadian photographer, Jeff Wall, is a major figure in modern contemporary photography and his work reflects that, not just in composition, but also in scale. Wall’s photos are large and luminous and he is credited with inventing the modern tableaux genre of large scale photography. In this, his first Australian survey, co hosted by