Category Archive: art

Perhaps – Prison, by Rose Ashton

While watching yet another movie about people in prison, Sydney artist and Something You Said contributor Rose Ashton felt moved to pen some words about imprisonment, about the plight of refugees, about their… Read More

Getting to Know Amy Summer

Introducing up-n-coming Sydney-based artist Amy Summer. We reckon she’s someone you definitely need on your radar, so we asked her to tell us about herself: I am a 23-year-old art maker living in… Read More

Event: The BBR French World Festival

Sydney, prepare for mouth-watering delights, musical performances, an authentic European-style Artisan Market and an open-air cinema:  They say good things come in threes and this is certainly the case with the BBR French World… Read More

Friedrich Nietzsche on Pop Music

In the second instalment of our new series, Chloe Mayne looks at legendary German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and his thoughts on popular music: What’s the role of music in our lives? More importantly,… Read More

Mad Love exhibition comes to Sydney

Heads up! An ace new art exhibition, featuring a series of manga style illustrations by Chris Yee, is on its way to Sydney. Part of The Japan Foundation Gallery’s Contemporary Art Mini Series, Mad Love explores the experience… Read More

The Fin Collection presents ELEVEN

Heads up Sydneysiders, here’s something you might wanna take a look at. A new group exhibition is opening this week. ‘ELEVEN’, presented by The Fin Collection and supported by Sun Studios, features eleven… Read More

Banksy Does New York: ticket giveaway

Elusive, Britain-based street artist Bansky’s month-long “residency” in New York is studied in this upcoming documentary. We’re giving away TEN DOUBLE PASSES to our Australia-based chums. Read the review to find out how to… Read More

Magnificent Obsessions exhibition is curious

Alice Parsons considers the nature of collections when visiting the latest exhibition at London’s Barbican: I went to see the ‘Magnificent Obsessions’ exhibition at the Barbican. This is a series of rooms filled with the… Read More

Lifestyle: Why I Love Crochet

As autumn begins to creep between the sheets of the southern hemisphere, Chloe Mayne (re)discovers a woolly way to fill the time: After a long summer of luxuriating in sandy toes, salty hair… Read More

Life imitates art: David Walsh and Dan Yack

A Dedication By Nathan Roche Modern Australia doesn’t have such a good track-record of successful moneymakers and tycoons directing their money to a worthy cultural or even tasteful cause. Frankly, most of the… Read More

Holler And Haul Bring The Carnival

Blossoming from the back of a converted ’68 Dodge, Holler and Haul is a travelling carnival that’s bringing lashings of entertainment/good times/great tunes to an Australian backyard near you: The sun sets upon the… Read More

Art interview: Kubi Vasak and Angela Garrick

cut.paste.repeat brings together seven Australian and international artists who explore a broad range of collage techniques and aesthetics in their practice. Ahead of a new exhibition in Sydney, we got two of the contributing artists to… Read More