TBS spoke with traditional artist Laura Jones about her transition into the modern gallery that is Instagram.
TBS spoke with Sri Lankan-Kiwi artist @vishmihelaratne about the fluidity of art, and how she sees it in a never-ending loop. As always, unfiltered.
Charles Billich is an enigma, cloaked by genius. But the story of one of our most successful artists is less familiar. Until now.
TBS spoke with a great artist of the flesh @sabrinamelei, about travelling to New York, and the beauty of makeup. As always, unfiltered.
The art world canyon between the serious and the casual has been bridged by a truly great, but accessible Australian artist – Charles Billich.
TBS spoke with the artisan behind the Indigenous mastery of @saltwaterdreamtime on his process, and his love for the ocean.
German photographer Sebastian Erras has forgone the other highlights of Barcelona to capture…the floors. Danke Seb.
Do Warhol and Weiwei’s pithy one-liners further their art, or detract from it? – Chetna Prakash
Weiwei’s latest piece of performance art marks a shift in his relationship with the West, as Chetna Prakash explains.
Chetna Prakash digs into the childhoods of Warhol and Weiwei to search for the genesis of their artistic genius.
There’s an illusion doing the rounds of Internet land, which hides faces in the branches of a tree. So, how many can you spot?
Artist Pablo Carlos Budassi has created an image which holds the entire universe in one flabbergasting frame.
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.
A week after the Paris attacks, actor Hugo Chiarella found himself performing through sobering parallels, causing him to re-examine the events.
With Kobe Bryant putting down the basketball and picking up the quill, we got our own scribe, Loretta Barnard, to analyse his farewell poem.
New TBS writer Lucy Barber-Hancock sets out to find, once and for all, where Australia’s art capital truly lies.
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson looks at the story of the Marwencol art project and the future surrounding molecular biology.
Thanks to the genius of an Instagrammer, the prosaic-yawn-inducing holiday photo is no more.
Film theorist/fanboy Maciej Radny eulogises on a victim of the Hollywood machine: the relevance and the beauty of the movie poster.
In this week’s Know who you’re Googling, the irrepressible Loretta Barnard extols the brilliance of the truly unique Frida Kahlo.
In this week’s Know who you’re Googling, Loretta Barnard outlines the trial and the genius of the one and only Oscar Wilde.
In this week’s Know who you’re Googling, Loretta Barnard unfurls the crushed genius of Billie Holiday.