Review

Niloufar Lovegrove incorporates ancient elements with contemporary climate issues in her hew exhibition.

Catherine Macdonald, Kyla Cresswell, Prue MacDougall and Nan Mulder discuss their new exhibition Small Holes in the Silence.

Questions about human qualities and creativity are raised in a new exhibition at the PCA Gallery by Western Australian artists Sarah Robinson and Monika Lukowska.

Connected narratives across time and place emerge subtly in the work of Heather Shimmen.

Anne-Maree Hunter discovers the world of shopping in her new exhibition questioning stereotypes of female desire.

Urbanus, a new exhibition by Open Bite Printmakers, looks at the transformative power of change in the environment, says member Sonia Gallart.

Kasia Fabijańska discusses her new work in an exhibition that evokes common threads with some colleagues.

Vivienne Adeney explores human involvement in the ecoystem in her latest body of work.

Ahead of Australia’s next big art event – February’s Melbourne Art Fair – Stirling Kain reflects on everything from the joyfully grotesque to the shimmering encounter at this year’s Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.

Thomas Middlemost penetrates The Veiled Visceral. The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery exhibition is on 3 March–27 May, with the official opening on 16 March.

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