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.
Browsing: Visual Arts Reviews
Hill Smith Gallery presents the works of Adelaide artists Deidre But-Husaim and Joshua Miels, who represent the talent South Australia has to offer.
A diverse exhibition of contrasting art is currently on display at Art Images Gallery; ranging from limestone sculptures to a variety of colourful pop art urban scenes.
‘A Time for Paws’ features a range of paintings by local artists Margaret Slape-Phillips and Elise Leslie-Allen that celebrate the world of domestic animals.
BMGArt presents the dynamic works of two prominent South Australian artists, Frank Bauer, a metalsmith and lighting designer, and painter Aldo Iacobelli.
Art Images Gallery presents ‘Past Present Future’, an exhibition that brings together a diverse range of works from artists who have exhibited in the gallery since 1985.
Hack’s works focus on Generation Z, the first generation to be born into a digital world, and explores the relationships this creates.
The new SAHMRI structure is providing tours as a way of connecting with the community, while creating a greater understanding about the important research carried out.
Exhibition Review: Giles Bettison Pattern And Perception And Ulrica Trulsson Utforska (To Explore) At JamFactory
Since 2013, JamFactory has held exhibitions annually throughout the SALA festival, celebrating South Australia’s talented craft and design practitioners.
Curated by James Bennett and Rusty Kelty, this exhibition offers an impressive range of paintings, sketches, maps, clothes, cabinets and pottery.
Art Images Gallery provides a high quality of interestingly contrasting artwork, combined to create a harmoniously exciting exhibition.
Adelaide artist, Leah Grant, presents her exhibition ‘Light Spectrum of Existence’ with focus on the interplay of light and colour and the emotions they evoke.
The Art Images Gallery in Norwood is currently playing host to some spectacularly colourful and deeply engrossing artworks by talented Australian artists.
The Black Rose transports viewers into a cloistered world of dark retrospective images by internationally renowned artist Trent Parke at the Art Gallery of SA.
RAW is an independent arts organisation, for artists, by artists, which featured 34 local artists in fashion, music, visual art, performing art, hairstylists, makeup & more.
Now in its fifth year, Skrambled Eggs is an exhibition of two dozen photographers using only mobile technologies like smart phones.
Amidst the glamour of the Adelaide Fashion Festival 2014, the Art Gallery showcases over 90 hand-picked haute couture pieces flown in from Paris.
Five established artists present a variety of works with differing styles, each well rendered with accomplished techniques, including decorative pieces done on Pianola rolls by Sarah Gabril.
RAW: Scope, showed off the best of Adelaide’s natural born artists in a 4-hour extravaganza of Visual Art, Fashion, Music, Photography, Performing Arts, Hair & Makeup.
In Habit, by Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, is a true spectacle; a monolithic cardboard world that is chaotic but beautiful, and something to get lost in.