The 2020 Archibald could be a high-water mark for the prize, with new and indigenous artists heavily represented.
The power couple is a long-running social concept. However, only in the literary sphere do they do it properly. In fact, their love enabled the production of true classics.
A century and a half ago, unnamed Japanese artists illustrated the fart wars that plagued the country. Or something.
While Mary Trump’s book promises to outline the trauma her uncle enabled, but I believe that particular word is dangerously overused.
This week, Josh Thomas made headlines for his outdated views on diversity in the arts. But he’s not the whole story.
This week in 1870, a possibly great Australian literature voice was silenced. If the ball had broken differently, we’d know the name, Adam Lindsay Gordon.