Silent Witnesses is a sculpture exhibition made up of fittings taken from the old medical school.
A former trustee of the Powerhouse Museum has warned the institution will bleed large numbers of?international visitors?if the government proceeds?with plans to relocate?it to Parramatta.
A new exhibition of the work of Sydney Morning Herald photographers captures the moments – quiet, loud, beautiful and painful – that make up our everyday lives. Curator and photo editor Mags King explains how she selected the 25 frames shot by SMH photographers over the past 12 months.
Step back in time to the era of TV Hits and mixed lollies.
Starstruck promises to be a popular Christmas show that has something for everyone
There's plenty to see and do in Canberra this week
Adventurous new works that push the boundaries of art are a hallmark of Carriageworks' 2018 artistic program.
From first conception, more than a decade ago, the Sheikhs of Abu Dhabi realised that to make a global impact they would need more than a building.
Almost since the beginning, filmmakers have been fascinated with Lewis Carroll's stories. A new exhibition will look back at that rich, weird history.
If the AGNSW imagines a proposed extension means it is about "to join [the] world's greatest art museums", it must start to act like a museum not like a shop-front for hire.
One crane, 10 crew and two years in the making. A giant Buddha created by Chinese artist Xu Zhen reclines in the foyer of NGV International as part of its upcoming Triennial.
It turns out that our tastebuds are more gullible than we thought.
He only lends his presence to shows that can provide an incredible vision of the natural world.
Uncertainty has resulted in a hit to the Powerhouse Museum's bottom line.
Marc Quinn freezes his own blood in a self portrait with a difference - and here's how
Hyper-real drawings explore conflicts between traditional Japanese culture and its malcontents.
Cultural change was on the drawing board for Australia's most innovative architect.
Women artists take a more subtle approach to their subjects than their male counterparts in this year's Archibald prize, argues Robert Nelson.
In the entire history of Australian regional galleries there has never been a show like The Unflinching Gaze: Photo Media and the Male Figure.
Powerhouse Museum's first ever architectural installation gives an experience of reflection and connection.
More than 250 refugees will make a powerful artistic statement on Cockatoo Island for the 2018 Biennale of Sydney.
Long periods of unemployment or casual work requires a special approach to budgeting and finances.
All across the tiny Pacific island of Banaba thousands of pinnacles of sun-bleached coral rise in jagged formations, mute reminders of the phosphate mining carried out there last century by the Australian, UK and New Zealand governments.
A new painting has taken pride of place next to the AWM's most treasured item, and for a reason
Suspicions have been raised after a computer meltdown caused the postponement of multi-million dollar art sale.