Flick back through your old family photo albums and it’s possible, if you’re a Sydneysider, that you’ll find a snap of one of your family members walking down George Street or past the retail emporium Mark Foys.
Zanny Begg’s ‘The Beehive’ reminds us the fight for housing justice is far from over.
Until is imbued with hope for a better world and free at Carriageworks until March 3 – so make a date to catch its drift.
Posters in the local area invited creative people to bring their works to the gallery and we were overwhelmed by the response.
The shibori and boro items on display in The Intuitive Thread exhibition at the Japan Foundation Gallery in Central Park, Broadway, as part of Sydney’s Craft Week in October, reinforced my love of these ancient processes.
Real Australian and Site of Passage are two exhibitions that show clearly why Australia’s diversity should be nurtured and celebrated.
A possum-skin cloak covers a bed in a prison cell: the sole comfort in a room stripped of tenderness and care.
Superposition Studio, designed by Future Method, makes a strong point through an artefact.
These beautiful photographic prints by Fiona Wolf-Symeonides are well worth a look.
Against the Sky is an exhibition of new paintings by Sydney artist Hayley Megan French.