The 2024 program at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney features the work of acclaimed photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto.
The work of Art Nouveau innovator Alphonse Mucha and abstract painting pioneer Lesley Dumbrell feature in the 2024 program at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Griffith University may close an art museum that hosts visiting exhibitions, to make room for students from its film school.
The fantastical world of fairytales is the subject of the major summer exhibition at Queensland's Gallery of Modern Art.
An exhibition based on the timeless idea of fairy tales uses film, art and design to create a fantastical world.
From intricate jewellery to remnants of giant statues, a trove of ancient treasures from the time of the pharaohs is making its way to Australia.
The 32nd Primavera show has opened at the Museum of Modern Art in Sydney, with works from the latest crop of emerging artists under 35.
Visionary "speculative architect" Liam Young is having his first Australian solo show at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Artists are working with scientists in an unusual sideline at Brisbane's major HIV conference, bringing research to life in new ways.
An exhibition of Australian women modernists will go on show following the postponement of a major Aboriginal art display due to allegations of interference.
A mixed-media exhibition in Mildura explores Australia's past through the looking glass of renowned Aboriginal artists Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce.
Kylie Johnson's personal ceramics collection is on show as part of an exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane.
From renowned international design names to up-and-coming Australian artists and firms selling only slogans, the crowds are arriving at Melbourne Design Fair.
Immersive audiovisual feast Kaleidoscope is returning to the city where it was created after the mesmerising maze of mirrors toured festivals and galleries.
A non-fungible token of a banana, an image originally drawn by Andy Warhol on an early computer, is on show at a pop art exhibition on the Gold Coast.
A world-exclusive Pop Art exhibition at HOTA on the Gold Coast features iconic works from artists including Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Indigenous artist Archie Moore will represent Australia at the Venice Biennale, one of the most prestigious events in the international art world.
An interactive show at the Brisbane Museum invites visitors to not just look at art installations, but to discover and explore the joy of playing with them.
Artist Jamie North has made a work from plants and concrete for QAGOMA's summer exhibition Air.
Photographer Wayne Quilliam has won the National Photographic Portrait Prize with an image of an Aurukun man about to dance in a ceremony.
Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota credits her time in Australia with her move towards performance and installation art.
A retrospective charting 25 years of work by renowned Japanese contemporary artist Chiharu Shiota will be on display in Brisbane until early October.