Posts tagged Broadsheet
Column—Art to see in Sydney this Summer

This season, Sydney is playing host to Rembrandt and a set of his Dutch peers, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist, iconic New York City photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, and Danish-Icelandic master of colour and light Olafur Eliasson – in the form of contemporary ballet. Though, once you've visited the blockbusters—there's still more art to see. For Broadsheet Sydney. 

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Necessary Art of our Time: A Guide to The National

Distinct from the Sydney Biennale and the city’s other multi-venue art events, the idea is to promote and endorse Australian art and artists. Maybe more emblematically too, The National hopes to ignite new conversation on contemporary nationhood, and the anxieties of identity, real or imagined, through the eyes of artists. On the first iteration of The National exhibition, for Broadsheet. 

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The Sustainable Story

Sustainability shifts the focus away from the end point and the consumer, and throws light on the bigger picture, the whole story. Rather than purchasing produce with a generic stamp of health, sustainability advocates transparency without cutting corners. I met Martin Boetz of The Cooks Co Op and Feather and Bone's Grant Hilliard to understand their idea of sustainable produce. 

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