Visiting Canberra to view the Treasures from Versailles at the National Gallery of Australia, on my way to Sydney for Xmas, was an encounter of the richest kind
Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a new exhibition at NGV Australia in Melbourne showcasing works produced by indigenous women at the vanguard of contemporary practice
David Hockney: Current a show at the NGV International reveals the intangibles that so often occlude the truth with a riveting and powerfully humanistic reality
After viewing Trails at the Incinerator Art Space in Sydney by Australian Korean born artist Seong Cho, Rose was curious to converse with her about her practice
On show at NGV Australia, Melbourne until January 29, 2017 is an anthology of strange, captivating creatures, created by Australian born artist Bruce Armstrong
Acclaimed author, artist & film maker Jeannie Baker’s latest children’s book Circle, comes to life in an extraordinary exhibition travelling Australia 2016-2018
Degas: A New Vision now at NGV International reveals artist Edgar Degas’ commitment to presenting images of the human figure in settings true to his own time
Lynsey Scott reports Franck Goddio found the sunken Egyptian city of Thonis whose remains on show at the British Museum are reigniting the Indiana Jones’ spirit
Carved dogs overlook the gates as you enter the David Roche House Museum and Gallery, where you will find dogs popping up in unlikely places on your guided tour
The Rococo style in Gallery 2 of the opening exhibition at the David Roche Foundation House Museum & Gallery complex, North Adelaide, is gracefully exuberant!
The neoclassical style featured in Gallery 1 The David Roche House Museum & Gallery reflects the spirit of antiquity in England & Europe during the 18th century
The David Roche Foundation House Museum & Gallery glittered gloriously with refracted light for its official opening in North Adelaide by former PM Paul Keating
The First Monday in May, maybe just another day to many, but to those in the heady world of haute couture it’s the day for the super bowl of fashion – The Met Gala Ball held in New York City. Just what does it take to put on fashions night…
Andrea della Robbia came from an influential Florentine family studio whose works were fashioned in enamelled terracotta invented by his Uncle Luca della Robbia
The David Roche Foundation website is Online and tickets can be purchased for the opening Exhibition of the Fermoy House Museum complex Adelaide on June 7, 2016
Sartorial highlights of The Dressmaker Exhibition at Rippon Lea, Melbourne include Tilly’s ensemble that made Sergeant Farrat gasp breathlessly Is that… Dior?