I HAVE SPREAD MY DREAMS UNDER YOUR FEET

Patricia Piccinini

It’s fitting that Patricia Piccinini’s latest exhibition is part of Art Month, a festival celebrating Sydney’s vibrant and diverse contemporary art scene. Piccinini may have spent the last two decades showcasing her work across the world, but this will be her seventh solo exhibition at the Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery. Sydneysiders can’t get enough. Heralded as … Continue reading

Queering the Body

Sydney’s Mardi Gras is around the corner and there’s no better time to question the heterosexist paradigms that surround gendered or queer body as ‘other’. Curator and femme artist Cleo Gardiner has put together a powerful and eclectic exhibition that reflects upon and deconstructs the temporal, intellectual, erotic, emotional and sexual dissonance within our society. “The main message … Continue reading

BELL SHAKESPEARE’S CLOSET

Who doesn’t love an exclusive peek behind-the-scenes? The good people at Bell Shakespeare are inviting the general public to see the masters at work. Three of Australia’s most talented costume designers will be based in a pop-up space in the Rocks with the task of creating 40 new costumes for John Bell’s upcoming production of Henry … Continue reading

NEWTOWN, I HAVE A DREAM

The “I have a dream” mural in Newtown is not only one of Sydney’s most iconic pieces of street art, but an intrinsic part of the suburb. So it’s fitting that Mark Dundas’ series of photographs was about depicting the diverse subcultures in Newtown as a way to document a story of tolerance, acceptance and … Continue reading