Would you eat possum while sipping a bloody Mary that has a wild boar's eye floating in it? A new cookbook suggests doing just that — all in the name of art and the environment.
As SA announces $85m in federal money has been secured for its National Gallery for Aboriginal Art and Cultures in Adelaide, the NT is concerned it has been "gazumped" and that its stalled National Indigenous Art Gallery project will lose out on federal funding.
Australian Indigenous artists say a "fake" piece of Aboriginal art featured in Ricky Gervais's new Netflix series amounts to the "stealing" of their culture.
In 1978, Edmund Capon catapulted from being an assistant keeper in a London museum to become the Art Gallery of NSW's longest and most influential director. He died after a long battle with cancer.
One of the Northern Territory's most successful art centres is about to go into special administration overseen by the Federal Government's Indigenous corporations watchdog, the ABC understands.
Once fined or reprimanded, street artists are now being encouraged and commissioned by councils and advertisers, creating some tense competition for limited space.
The New York based artist who designed a controversial $2 million Gold Coast artwork which cannot be read by drivers, says the installation was never meant to be a sign and council's idea to remove it is "crazy".
History often celebrates the role of great men, but a BBC broadcaster has compiled a list of 21 women who left their mark.
This painting was sold as a portrait by famed Australian artist Brett Whiteley of his mother, Beryl. But since then, both the artist and the sitter have been disputed. Tracking down the truth has proved challenging in the complex world of art trading.
Melbourne artist Lynn Savery says she "never expected to get into the finals, let alone win" the $150,000 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize with her "first" portrait and oil painting.