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  1. Young at Heart at Sullivan + Strumpf

    Published in Broadsheet Dane Lovett’s latest exhibition at Sullivan + Strumpf is a mature take on teenage dreaming. In Dane Lovett’s world, the still life is anything but static. His depictions of plant matter and pop culture ephemera shift between personal and universal orientations, in the way you’re never quite sure if your love for […]

  2. Angles + shapes + geos + space

    Published in Broadsheet If artistic exploration is about the unknown, then geometry – with its sharp edges and measurable angles – might seem its antithesis. But if you visit the latest exhibition by Sydney artist Criena Court, you’d be inclined to disagree. Angles + shapes + geos + space, which opened at the Robin Gibson Gallery […]

  3. In Giro by Design & Other at Perimeter

    Published in Broadsheet Melbourne-based collaborators Design & Other explore the relationship between travel and memory with their debut Australian exhibition at Perimeter Books. Our experiences of place can often be more powerful in retrospect. Sometimes creating an image or telling a story can evoke a technicolour version of the past, bringing new depth to old travel […]

  4. Vini

    Published in Broadsheet You’d forgive a city known for dappled light and harbour views for being a little suspicious of moody, intimate wine bars. Where’s the fun in knocking elbows across a pint-sized table, when you can sip a pinot grigio in the afternoon sun? But if you visit Vini, a Surry Hills enoteca with […]

  5. Birdman Eating

    Published in Broadsheet Perched near the corner of Smith and Gertrude Streets, the curiously named Birdman Eating serves up sleekness and eccentricity in equal parts. The Fitzroy cafe sits cosily on a downhill slope between neighbours Northside Records and Dr Follicles, offering trattoria style all-day dining with a slice of panache. The cafe is the go-to […]

  6. Dangling Carrots

    Published in Broadsheet  Michelle Hamer’s large, hand-stitched tapestries of urban signs set out to explore the currency of the suburban dream in the wake of the GFC. Mundane and often unremarkable, urban signs point to the ‘nothing’ moments in our existence – the dead ends, wrong turns and roadblocks that go by unnoticed. But signage […]