Chetna Prakash digs into the childhoods of Warhol and Weiwei to search for the genesis of their artistic genius.
Artist Pablo Carlos Budassi has created an image which holds the entire universe in one flabbergasting frame.
In this week’s installment Chetna Prakash examines what Warhol and Weiwei’s works tell us about their respective countries.
Chetna Prakash discusses how Andy Warhol & Ai Weiwei’s work helps us understand the evolution of media in the 21st Century.
In Chetna Prakash’s new segment, she will venture deep into the NGV’s Warhol/Weiwei exhibit to discover the differences and similarities of these two great artists.
Everyone was buzzing and tabloids were gossiping about the wedding of the year, between a cat and a dog!! But mother of the groom, Amana Hart, clarifies a few things – especially in regards to claims of the misuse of funds.
A week after the Paris attacks, actor Hugo Chiarella found himself performing through sobering parallels, causing him to re-examine the events.
Our favourite cream-faced loon Paris Portingale reckons that William Shakespeare definitely wrote all of his plays…if he didn’t, why are there so many statues of him around the place?
New TBS writer Lucy Barber-Hancock sets out to find, once and for all, where Australia’s art capital truly lies.
In our continuing push to expose art hidden from the eye, TBS has paired with a group who capture street art in all its forms.
In this week’s Know Who You’re Googling, we’re making sense of the work of the “Father of Modern Art”, Paul Cézanne.
Failed film-maker and TBS Editor Mathew Mackie addresses why it’s necessary to tell an Artist that their work is terrible.
We sent Grant Spencer to showcase some of Sydney’s booming street art scene – he returned with a guide and where to find them for yourself.
The entries for the inaugural SmartFone Flick Fest (SF3) have been finalised, and all that remains is the Gala awards; and TBS can get you there with our free double-pass giveaway.
As a parting gift to TBS, Juliette Furio’s final artist interview will be frankly charting her own process, and the doubts within.
Mathew Mackie might be starving due to his art, and rightfully so, but after the cuts to the Australia Council, he fears that George Brandis might have caused a famine.
Juliette Furio chats with painter Dolan Reskov, who explores how the discipline, beauty and freedom from his past in graffiti and street art translates to the canvas. Street artist turned painter, Dolan Reskov aka Cheeba, gained some notoriety as a “writer” (graffiti artist) in the late ’90s during the 2nd wave of Sydney street art,…
Museums allow objects to speak, to bear witness to past experiences and future possibilities, writes René Wadlow, which is why they are deserving of greater protection, particularly during times of conflict.
Through Sherryn Groch’s interview with Sian Prior we learn that while writing is an act of creativity for some, it is therapy for others. Prior’s “Writing as Therapy” workshop takes place later this month.
With all the hysteria engulfing Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi and her “pornographic” paddle boat, Jacob Lynagh’s “got a feeling in his waters” there may be some double standards at play.
In her latest #artistinterview, Juliette Furio chats with Liam Gale of Liam Gale and the Ponytails, discovering what’s next for the man and the band, and learns about things bluesy, expressive, and human.