Linde Ivimey creates intricate sculptures by delicately combining bone, hair, teeth, shell, fabric, wax and other materials - each work created in her Sydney studio. This short video created prior to her recent Berlin exhibition... READ MORE
The recipients of the University of South Australia 2015 Samstag Scholarships have been announced, with Melbourne-based practitioner James L. Marshall and Hong An James Nguyen awarded. Multidisciplinary artist Marshall graduated South Australian School of Art, his practice spanning... READ MORE
Brightly coloured plastic strips are core to John Nicholson’s sculptures and two dimensional wall installations. After graduating College of Fine Art in his native Sydney, going on to exhibit prolifically with leading galleries that include representation... READ MORE
italian product designer Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi was senior on the team at Diesel Home prior to helping collabs with the brand for partners Moroso and Forscarini. A new body of ceramic vases, crafted by artisans... READ MORE
Responding to demand, a smaller series of the STALKER Sculptures, Sydney-based Korban Flaubert continue to explore linear forms in folded metal with a series suited to domestic interiors or outdoor within landscaping. READ MORE
With the installation of 28 marble life jackets created for the Adelaide Biennial acquired the Gallery of South Australia, Sydney-artist Alex Seton continues his exploration of the asylum seeker issue in a new body of... READ MORE
POLAR VORTEX by Dion Horstmans opened last night at He Made She Made gallery, as part of Art and About Sydney - with works presented at a smaller scale than previously showcased.
Sydney photographer Murray Hilton unveils a body of work from his time in India on Thursday - Personal. Ethereal. Beautiful. 100%FULLPOWER.
Marking the 10th year of Established & Sons, design duo Formafantasma presented 'from then on' - an installation that centres on the concept of time in the brand's flagship showroom durning London Design festival. READ MORE
Israeli artist-designer Ron Gilad presents his first exhibition of personal works 'House sweet House' in Brussels, headlined by 'Curtain n.1' - a sculpture featuring a Calacatta marble curtain and curtain rod in Grigio Carnico.