Australia’s lost impressionist

After 136 years, the Sydney-born John Russell – who worked alongside Van Gogh, Monet, Rodin and Matisse – finally gets his dues

Ai Weiwei journeys to the ends of the earth

An inflatable installation by Ai Weiwei, an iconic Chinese artist turned activist in exile, is about to blow up your feed - but it's the raft of stories contained therein that you should pay attention to

The perfect timing of Robert Mapplethorpe’s ‘perfect medium’

The work of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe comes to life in an exquisite new exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

This year’s Archibald winner reflects on his prize portrait of his partner

Strike a pose, there's nothing to it: Mitch Cairns reflects on his prize-winning portrait of his partner, the artist Agatha Gothe-Snape

Final call: This is your last chance to catch The National, New Australian Art

The final leg of the inaugural survey of Australian contemporary art comes to its close this weekend, and isn't to be missed

Modern family: Georgia O’Keeffe’s hypnotic landscapes grab Sydney by the horns

A stunning new exhibition brings three pioneering female modernists into a captivating conversation across space and time

‘The you beaut’ country trips the light fantastic, and it’s necessary viewing this weekend

"You'll discover all kinds of things," says Olsen. "It has that Sydney lusciousness. I love it. And when you fall in love, you fall in love completely."

‘Adman’ goes behind Andy Warhol’s silver screens at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Gone are the soup cans and superstars. Instead, the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to Andy Warhol’s early career in more than 25 years dives deep into the artist's early days