Sydney

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Ella Sutherland, Image, Interrupted

13 February —
12 April 2024

UTS Gallery, Sydney, Australia

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Zac Langdon-Pole, Entity Studies

04 November —
25 November 2023

Station Gallery, Sydney, Australia

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Natasha Wright, What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This

12 October —
28 October 2023

.M Contemporary, Sydney, Australia

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Simon Denny, Landscapes

09 November —
20 December 2023

Fine Arts, Sydney, Sydney, Australia

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Heather Galbraith, Kelly McDonald, Victoria McIntosh, Neke Moa, Rowan Panther, Deep Material Energy II

05 October —
22 November 2023

Australian Design Centre, Sydney, Australia

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Rosanna Raymond, Liveworks 2023: OF THE TIME

19 October —
29 October 2023

Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia

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Talanoa Forum: Moana Rising

10 October —
12 October 2023

Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney, Australia

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Liz Coats, Essence

29 July —
19 August 2023

Utopia Art, Sydney, Australia

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Francis Upritchard, Sydney Scallop

01 September —
28 October 2023

Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia

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Talia Smith, Primavera 2023: Young Australian Artists

09 September 2023 —
04 February 2024

Modern Contemporary Art in Australia, Sydney, Australia

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Brent Harris, Emma Fitts, Israel Birch, Michael McHugh, Tia Ansell and Virginia Leonard, Winter Group Exhibition

22 June —
12 August 2023

Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney, Australia

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Steve Carr, In Bloom (IndigiGrow)

05 July —
02 October 2023

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, Australia

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Grace Wright, The World Moves

12 July —
12 August 2023

Gallery 9, Sydney, Australia

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Michael Parekowhai and Victoria Hunt, Dreamhome: Stories of Art and Shelter

03 December 2022 —
27 August 2023

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

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Kate Newby, miles off road

29 June —
19 August 2023

Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia

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Gavin Hipkins, Cracked

17 June —
09 July 2023

Scala Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Writing

“I’m a burnt tongue, crying for the promised river.”

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu

28.04.2023

In a wide-ranging conversation ahead of the release of poet and performer Daley Rangi’s poetry collection Burnt Tongue, Associate Editor for HUM Anne-Marie Te Whiu talks with Rangi about the role of stories, language and community, on the Gadigal lands of Sydney, Australia. 

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Steve Carr, Making Arrangements

03 June —
01 July 2023

STATION, Sydney, Australia

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Yuki Kihara, Powerhouse Late x Vivid Ideas: Paradise Fair

15 June 2023

Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney, Australia

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Sione Tuívailala Monū, Queer Encounters

17 February —
05 March 2023

Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia

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Emily Wolfe, Head Games

16 March —
02 April 2023

PIERMARQ*, Sydney, Australia

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Yuki Kihara, Paradise Camp

24 March —
01 December 2023

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia

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Séraphine Pick, Sundogs

10 November —
21 December 2022

STATION, Sydney, Australia

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Richard Lewer, Lisa Reihana and Francis Upritchard, Sydney Modern Project

02 December 2022 —
02 December 2024

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

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Peter Stichbury, Limited hangout

21 October —
03 December 2022

Fine Arts Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Writing

On Wet Ontologies, Fluid Hierarchies and Hope-Soaked Propositions at the 23rd Biennale of Sydney

By Emma O'Neill

26.08.2022

This year’s Biennale of Sydney, titled rīvus, included the work of Aotearoa-based artists Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi and Mata Aho Collective. Emma O’Neill, a writer working on Gadigal Land, responds to the exhibition and some of the work presented by the 89 participants invited to interact with different forms and bodies of water.

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Natasha Wright, Because the Night

09 August —
23 August 2022

.M Contemporary, Sydney, Australia

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Fiona Connor, Behind the door

13 August —
01 October 2022

Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia

Writing

“Don’t Learn Anything More!”

By Connie Brown

26.10.2021

Writer Connie Brown pays a visit to Virginia Leonard’s studio, encountering the artist’s “fugly” ceramics and talking with her about recent and upcoming international exhibitions, her process into ceramic-making and the resistance her work offers to traditional notions of wellness, pain and the body.