Making stuff and moving forward – we have a quick chat with Henry Rollins.
Catalonia has always been a region (or country depending on who you talk to) that has had its own identity, its own language and its own idiosyncrasies.
The NGV has taken it upon themselves to host a smorgasbord exhibition of colour this December. Be sure to wipe that drool from your mouth.
Johan von Huff examines a “monstrous batch of songs” that make up the punter anthems.
For all ye’ faint of heart, those be the vegetarian and vegans, proceed with caution to the NGV this season.
Today, we head over to the Strasbourg where a great hubbub rises.
Witness Hemingway go up against his biggest critics – a haughty circle of literary matadors foolish enough to taunt the expat bull, thinking they could leave the arena unscathed.
In this article, art meets architecture and goes on a double-date with transport and industry. It’s a match made in railway heaven.
It’s no easy feat asking someone to sit still while you paint their portrait – like it’s the 1800s or something.
Come for the food, stay for the discourse.
Golem on Excursion: Calling all birdwatchers! Grab your binoculars and head to the gallery, because the Art Gallery of New South Wales is hosting an exhibition on Brett Whiteley’s birds.
We were sitting around the big table at Bar SK, when the booze began to take hold of the night.