In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
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Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, professor of classics at Cambridge University, Mary Beard, presents a look at art and history, and the intersection of art and faith, examining how we make sense of it all both in and out of its original historical context.
The third encyclopedia in Steve Wide’s A to Z series of celebrity biographies focuses on iconic pop artist Andy Warhol, featuring the locations, images and people of his life.
A celebration the remarkable figurative sculptures of Australian ceramicist Liz Williams, tracing the evolution of Liz Williams’ impressive body of coil-built works.
When considering After Utopia overall, it seems to express how we, as humans, possess this perpetual strive for perfection. We yearn for something that is not, and perhaps never will be, achievable.
The 2017 Saint Ignatius Art Show biennial exhibition provides one of the largest offerings of South Australian artists at this year’s SALA festival with over 70 local artists participating.
This exhibition gives the audience an opportunity to contrast the beauty and talent of famed 19th century French sculptor Auguste Rodin with works by 65 modern artists from around the world.
A book about artist Richard Maurovic, exploring his works, life, influences and interests, telling of his migrant origins and the accident that changed his life.
Ever Blossoming Life II is an incredible work debuting at the Art Gallery this OzAsia season. It appears as four panels of floral art constantly sprouting new flowers, dropping petals etc.
The Loreto springART Exhibition is a fun-filled highlight of the Adelaide arts calendar. In this, its 32nd year, the exhibition has ramped up to a whole new level.
Three lives intertwine: 17th Century Dutch painter Sara de Vos, her ancestor in 1950s New York, & an Australian art curator who once forged Sara’s most famous work.
Presented by Country Arts SA Reviewed 8 July 2016 Broken ground, salt flats, wires and…
If you’ve ever opened an Australian newspaper or walked through a book store, chances are that you’re already familiar with the heartwarming squiggles and characters of Michael Leunig.
Over a 150 designers and artists on display, workshops and activity stalls and a whole pavilion filled to the brim with beautiful objects of all kinds – it’s Bowerbird.
Texture is king in the Art Images Gallery’s latest exhibition of Australian artists
Artisan Custom Framing & Gallery, run by Leeza Peters and Peter Bates, is holding its first group exhibition, Now!, original works by local and emerging artists.
Presented by Art Images Gallery Reviewed 12 March 2016 The Parade’s Art Images Gallery opens…
‘Magic Object’ is named after collections found in Wunderkammern (or “Cabinet of Curiosity), and is a spectacular celebration of art, imagination and fascination.
With a unique line-up of artists, working in every medium from video to costume design to decoration, the Biennial really is a massive and modern Cabinet of Curiosity
For three series ABCs, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries has become hugely popular. One reason is its eye-catching, amazing costumes designed by a talented ensemble led by Marion Boyce.