Looking at the photographs of Garry Trinh precipitates an almost out of body experience. Everything is familiar; the way the afternoon sun hits a high brick wall, the patterns of the pavement slowly revealed by peeling paint or the green-brown of thirsty buffalo grass.
To wrap up what might have been the busiest month on the Sydney art calendar, we’ve brought together a performance, an art fair, an opening and a guided tour. With a broad perspective on what art and culture can look like, this week promises to be a kicker for seeing what’s next for art in Sydney.
This Friday sees the official public launch of the Sydney Biennale. Now in its 45th year the 21st Biennale of Sydney returns to a number of exhibition spaces across Sydney.
Justin Arnoux wants it to be known, that jam’s and relishes aren’t just something for old people. The owner of Drunken Sailor is adamant that the pastime of making preserves can be something that young people can get into and enjoy.
Sound check is over and the lights are on, so it’s time to strap on the dancing sneakers of choice and assert your dominance in the mosh.
Manchester based producer and visual artist Murlo launches his new imprint ‘Coil Records’ with a garage stomper – the result of a studio partnership with Conducta.
Parisian DJ Teki Latex drops the third chapter of his “King of Blends” Trilogy, connecting the dots between pop, underground club music and everything in between.
There is so much to eat and see this weekend that your eyes might pop out of your skull and your stomach’s might burst. We really hope they don’t, but don’t say you weren’t warned.
Making its debut this Easter weekend is Good Saturday, the chill younger sister to the notorious Bad Friday block party. A pleasurable mix of gourmet food, great brews and a stellar indie line up, Good Saturday is held on the 31st of March in Marrickville, and is a great way to keep the Easter bender rolling after the madness of Bad Friday the day before.
As the Opera House lights up its sails in green for the fourth year running, head over to Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter for the Sydney St. Patrick’s Day Green Quarter on Sunday, March 18. With food, entertainment, and of course plenty of drinks, the day will be jam-packed with all things Irish.
I would say my style of photography is clean and calm with Scandinavian influences. I love working through movements and capturing the moments in between.
If you weren’t already aware, The Beresford and Absolut have teamed up to capture the spirit of Mardi Gras, bottle it, and then serve it up for brunch every Sunday.
Captivating, and mysterious – Ariane is beautiful, and more. She has a warm, child-like way about her, that, when in front of the camera, transforms into one of a woman with a purpose.
Backyard studio is located on the ground floor of a converted warehouse space with drive in access and onsite parking in Tempe.
Who would have thought pop ups could actually make a positive impact on our lives, our business and to our community?
Backyard exhibition gallery supports an array of work from both established and emerging local, national and international talent