Artists in Australia and South Asia highlight the atrocities of caste-based discrimination and make a statement against colonial power.
The drawings, which experts say are irrecoverable, are of particular significance to the Mirning People.
The mural, painted in Melbourne, has been called “a profound insult” that detracts from “the brutality of the Russian army.”
A Sydney art dealer bought the portrait of Josephine Bonaparte, stolen in 2014, for the bargain price of $250 on the online marketplace.
“Following Sonorous Bodies” is available online. The journal also seeks guest editors for themed issues, books, and more, as well as contributors for Issue 8, “Birds & Language.” Proposals are due December 15.
After Santiago Sierra called for contributions of “First Nations blood” for his artwork “Union Flag,” backlash flooded social media.
What did the overreaching ban on “news pages” mean for affected small arts organizations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
Over 300 arts organizations discovered their Facebook pages had been removed as a result of the site’s reaction to a recent regulation over media guidelines.
An international art world that has called persistently for radical socioeconomic change is now faced with it.
A study closely followed 25 participants of the Art and Dementia program at National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, finding that art helps balance cortisol levels and decrease “sundowning.”
Deathscapes features hard data and articles pertaining to Indigenous issues and custodial deaths, and case studies and artwork responding to deaths worldwide.
Unlikely is a transdisciplinary online journal, based in Australia, which opens unexpected spaces for artistic exchange and scholarly conversations.