The BEAMS Art Festival is back in Sydney next month!
Flashes of colour, form, movement and sound will awaken the streets of Chippendale to illuminate the kaleidoscope of creative talents for a spectacular night of fun and frivolous activity.
Mark it in your calendars – September 17, 5pm – 10pm – and read on to find out all the details.
For one week only from April 11 in Sydney, producer/photographer Ta-ku will bring together global creative thinkers to curate a physical incarnation of his artistic process and world.
A gallery exhibit of his Songs To Make Up To photo series will be running through the days, accompanied by nightly talks on different topics that fans can win tickets to.
Hit the photo above to find out all the details.
Last month, #the5to9life was invited to the launch of ‘Woks of Art’ – a unique art installation curated by James Dive (The Glue Society), who engaged local artists to transform barely-cooled woks from the hawker streets of Singapore into vibrant artworks.
From attending that event, our writer Claire Benito became intrigued with one of the artists featured in the event and proceeded to curate an interview with The Jumboist at his Sydney studio.
Click the above photo and read all about it.
Annie Leibovtiz’s stunning exhibition “WOMEN” is coming to London as part of a grand world tour.
The portrait series is a continually growing project that began 15 years ago as a collaboration with the author Susan Sontag who died in 2004. The photographer has stated that she would like the new images in the collection to reflect the changes in the roles of women in modern society.
Ai Weiwei has opened the exhibition “Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei” at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) after Chinese authorities returned his passport earlier this year, enabling him to travel overseas for the first time since 2011 when he was detained in Beijing and had his passport confiscated.
“Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei” is at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, until April 24, 2016.