The Art Angle Podcast: How the Universe Taught Wolfgang Tillmans to Make Art

The Art Angle Podcast: How the Universe Taught Wolfgang Tillmans to Make Art

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story down to earth. Join us every week for an in-depth look at what matters most in museums, the art market, and much more, with input from our … Read more

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

For over 20 years, Milk Crate Theatre have engaged with disadvantaged people, devising works which challenge norms of performance. Developed over the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns, DUST was conceived over a number of zoom sessions before being fleshed-out in the person earlier this year. Drawing on themes of isolation and enforced reflection, the story centres … Read more

Where angels tread: a walk through LA’s oldest park – in pictures | Art and design

Where angels tread: a walk through LA’s oldest park – in pictures | Art and design

Frogtown Trail, Facing North, 2018 ‘The road leading to Angels Point is lined with palm trees and parked cars. On the asphalt, broken glass, used condoms and a deflated birthday balloon shimmer in the sun. Footprints snake out into the dry brush. All paths frequented, all paths alone. Old sycamores keep watch from above, etched … Read more

Four royal exhibitions to book now

Four royal exhibitions to book now

Rob Munday This year was always going to be a celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. In her platinum year as monarch we saw countless retrospectives, artistic commissions, performances and, of course, a full roster of celebrations this summer. Many of the exhibitions staged to celebrate this incredible milestone are still available to book now, … Read more

the ‘dark days’ behind his dazzling shots

the ‘dark days’ behind his dazzling shots

It must have been a colossally difficult decision to leave Avedon in 1980 – to end that relationship. “I was ready,” replies Lewin. “The time was right, but yes, it was difficult. It felt like leaving home.” A few days after Lewin opened his own studio, “I got a call from Dick’s secretary saying, ‘hold … Read more

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22)

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22)

Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22) – The AU Review Bruce Baker September 19, 2022 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: The Hoodoo Gurus + The Dandy Warhols + The Buoys – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (15.09.22) The Hoodoo Gurus brought their … Read more