It’s the upcoming exhibition led by Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand female artists with indigenous (iTaukei0 Fijian heritage in an exploration of cultural rejuvenation and celebration. The commissioned works of the showcase, Marama Dina, considers how the ten artists’ blood lines and contemporary lives come together, and how they embody the past, present and future, connecting with empowering cultural knowledge previously eroded by colonisation and migration. Continue reading Marama Dina: A Showcase of Indigenous Fijian heritage
Although women account for half of the world’s population (and therefore half of the world’s intelligence, sensitivity and inspiration… ), they are still substantially under-represented on the global Art Market. Looking back, women did not become a regular part of art history’s narrative until the end of the 19th century. However, today’s secondary art market is still largely dominated by men.
Artprice released a list of the top 20 female artists, so what better excuse is needed to explore a virtual exhibit of art from the Top 5.
Steeped in History dating back to colonial times:
The Western Australian port city of Fremantle’s iconic National Hotel, originally built in 1903, show off their new $7 million refurbishment and is a captivating Cinderella story. The venue carries with it a rich history with the promise of its new feature built on the foundations of a long and chequered past. Continue reading Fremantle’s National Hotel: New rooftop bar, Art Exhibits & a historic look back
KUSAMA INFINITY: IN CINEMAS 26 DECEMBER
WHY WATCH THE MOVIE?
We’ve all seen the shots of the mirrored Infinity mirror rooms, but many of us had no idea of the decades of oppression and eccentricity in a life that had to occur in order for this and many other world renowned artworks to materialise. Continue reading You’ve all seen the art on Instagram, but the real story is with the creator of the Infinity Rooms