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troublemag | May 28, 2017

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ACE Open: 24 Frames Per Second

May 7, 2017 |

          ABOVE: Francois Chaignaud, Solitude, 24 Frames Per Second, Carriageworks, 2015. BELOW: Hyde & Restless, To Look Away, 24 Frames Per Second, Carriageworks, 2015. Photo © Ben Searcy.       ACE Open: 24 Frames … Read More

Seeing Nature: Sarah Ormonde & John Wolseley

May 7, 2017 |

Dry sand, wet mud, moving earth Falkner Gallery, Castlemaine (ends 21 May 2017)

by Dr Mark Dober

In the gallery notes to this collaborative exhibition of prints, drawings and ceramics, Bendigo-based artists Sarah Ormonde and John Wolseley state: “In this … Read More

Is Landscape Painting History?

May 1, 2017 |

by Alexandra Sassé  

Seeing the world as more than a backdrop or stage-set for unfolding narratives is the basic premise of landscape painting. It requires sensation rather than symbol to be the dominant motive. This is at odds with … Read More

Lonely Planet: Street Art

April 4, 2017 |

Compiled and introduced by Ed Bartlett

From Banksy’s stencils and Invader’s mosaics to amazing murals, Lonely Planet’s new insider’s guide provides practical details and maps of where to find secret stashes of street art, and introduces key artists, festivals and … Read More

Interview: Blek le Rat

April 4, 2017 |


Blek le Rat was one of the first graffiti artists in Paris, and is widely credited with being the first to evolve stencilling from basic lettering into pictorial art. He began in 1981 by painting … Read More

Interview: Faith47

April 4, 2017 |


Faith47 is an internationally acclaimed visual artist from South Africa, whose work has been lauded for its ability to resonate with people around the world. She has held solo exhibitions in New York, London and … Read More

Versailles: Palace of Dreams

April 4, 2017 |

by Inga Walton  

“Since the sun is the emblem of Louis XIV, and poets link the sun with Apollo, there is nothing in this superb house that does not relate to this divinity” – André Félibien, Court historian, 1674.1 … Read More

Finding the Art in Phuket

April 2, 2017 |

A Drop in the Ocean

by Anthony S. Cameron  

The steel comes out of the forge the colour of straw and trapped in the liquid moment that has had me mesmerised for years. In the liquid moment, the steel … Read More

The Ocean After Nature

March 6, 2017 |

COVER MARCH 2017: Hyung S. Kim, Kim Julja, Dodu Jeju 2013. Courtesy of the artist. (The Ocean After Nature)  




The Ocean After Nature & Countercurrents Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South … Read More

Newstead & District Artists Open Studios

March 5, 2017 |

Kristin Scherlies  

In a small town not too far away eleven artists got together at The Railway Hotel in Newstead and decided that the public should be invited to their studios to see what they have been up to. … Read More