Burberry’s Christmas campaign revealed, a(nother) power move from Queen Bey and the real secret behind this iconic lingerie brand: all this and more in the Weekly Collection.
Delve into a cross section of all different art forms in this week’s culture guide. Across zines, art exhibitions, music, comedy, film and other performance art, this week is packed with something for everyone.
Describing his self-titled gallery, celebrity photographer-turned politician Darryn Lyons noted “it’s not for everyone.” Housed in one of the Victorian terraces that surround Paddington’s Five Ways, it is a clear statement of intent for the ex-mayor of Geelong and current Victorian state government candidate.
In our current age, where wars are no longer pitched battles on a field, but fought for years in cities and towns, The Serpent’s Teeth is a vital reminder of the unsettling ordinariness of contemporary destruction and the horror facing millions of forgotten souls.
Sydney selector and DJ powerhouse Ayebatonye Abrakasa is at the forefront of Sydney’s club scene. Whether behind the decks, back-stage or in the pit, Ayebatonye is reshaping this city’s approach to nightlife, with a focus on inclusivity and intersectionality.
The Melbourne duo Slum Sociable have had a huge 2018 following the release of singles ‘Do Something About It’ and ‘Can’t Figure it Out’ along with frequent appearances on Triple J.
The Lansdowne Hotel maintains a high standard for live music and concerts, regardless of the performer. Last Saturday featured one of the more outlandishly rowdy line-ups in recent memory, which perfectly suited the Lansdowne’s dingy show room and the 90 years of beer and sweat that have soaked into the walls.
When we heard that Rolling Loud was heading to our neck of the woods we knew it was going to be big, but not this big. Known for lighting up stadiums in Los Angeles and Miami with acts from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Young Thug, local crew HSU Events are bringing the show to Sydney Showgrounds on Sunday, January 27.
For one day only, renowned author and literary icon Margaret Atwood is sharing her unique thought process with Sydneysiders. In the lead up to 2019 International Women's Day, on Sunday March 3 Atwood will hold a symposium at the Sydney Opera House, presented by the UNSW Centre for Ideas.
It’s that time of year again, the sun is shining a little brighter, days are getting longer and there’s a craving for something cool, sweet and delicious. For us, gelato covers those desires perfectly, and in keeping with Italian tradition, Fratelli Fresh are giving us a taste of summer.
When attending a festival, or really any place where there is music and people are dancing, there’s a special emotion that comes to life. As festival morph into mega events with huge budgets, sometimes it pays to return to the simple ingredients that make it all sparkle.
Japan is a kaleidoscope of ancient traditions dancing with modernity. Returning to the images I shot while there, there is a fine balance between the long-lasting history and the rapid embrace of the new. Unfolding out of the landscape is a reminder of the practices of the past and now, becoming one with it, are the dense, urban city scapes which have become a world of their own. It is the interplay between the two which ultimately becomes so enrapturing.
The series documents my first journey to Yosemite National Park, a setting that I've become quite familiar with through the countless years that it has been the default Mac desktop picture, but I've never actually visited.