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Saturday 10 August 2013
Art Arts

exhibition review: ‘sydney moderns’

Grace Carroll
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  Between the First and Second World Wars Sydney developed into the modern metropolis it is today.  Nothing epitomised this transformation quite like the Sydney Harbour Bridge; the massive steel structure that took a decade to construct and, upon its opening in 1932, promised a vibrant and progressive future for Australia’s most populous city. But…
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Monday 15 July 2013
Art Arts

q&a: feminist artist kelsey shwetz

Elisabeth Morgan
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  Kelsey Shwetz is a Canadian-born feminist painter currently living in Queens and working in Chelsea, NYC. Shwetz received a BA Honours in Psychology and Painting in 2009. Her work has been exhibited in Montreal, Toronto, New York, India, Paris, and Costa Rica. Shwetz has also been featured in The Journal of Gender and Sexuality,…
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Thursday 2 August 2012
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album review: craft spells, gallery

Serrin Prior
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It is hard not to compare Craft Spells’ new EP, Gallery, with their entrancing debut album of last year, Idle Labor. Those as yet uninitiated into the warm, fuzzy dream that is glo-fi, should find themselves a copy of the latter as soon as possible. But it would seem as though Gallery is like the…
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Wednesday 25 April 2012
Art Arts

art review: the clock

Erin Stewart
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Time schedules our day. This is obvious. We get up at a particular time, we get to work or meet people at specified times. We might like lunch at midday or one o’clock or one thirty. If we are late to appointments, we run the risk of missing the person we want to see. We…
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