Posted by Jake Eldred
28. Jul, 2012
|July 31, 2012|
With the launch of Unstill Life—an impressionistic travelogue of sorts, charting his practised nomadism around the globe—visual artist and writer Stephen Eastaugh gives an account of his itinerant experiences over the last thirty years.
To accompany the book—an enticing mélange of geography, memory, and art—Eastaugh will offer a writer’s talk and book-signing event in Melbourne next week, where copies of the book may be purchased.
The NGV is hosting the largest collection of Monet's works ever shown in Australia. And it's quite stunning.
Art and debauchery is their Mantra. Meet Mike from Dirty Playground, an initiative to save art spaces for designers
The third annual Carbon Festival is gearing up to inspire the creative of Melbourne.
Arty all-rounder Leila Koren uses her experience with famed photographers to inspire her work.
Melbourne photographer Jack Bleasdale captures the black and white chronicles of youth.
Prudence Blain dares to capture the things we all think but are too afraid to speak about.