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Aboriginal Art and Australia

January 14, 2014 |

Australian Aboriginal Art is much sought after internationally, but Australians overall and Aborigines themselves benefit little from it. By John August

Gordon Syron is an Aboriginal artist who understands the market better than most, having run an art gallery in … Read More

Hairy Legs: A Study of Female Art, Feminism and Femininity — By Kirsty Flockhart

January 14, 2014 |

During my last 2 years of Visual Arts in High School, I was introduced to the idea of Female Art, Feminism and Femininity. These topics involved a variety of artists (mostly female, singular and plural) who focus their art works … Read More

Diana Goldstein — Documenting the REAL Happily Ever Afters of Fairy Tale Princesses

January 14, 2014 |

Photographer Dina Goldstein depicts the lives of famous princesses post-happy ending. Her feminist interpretation of fairy tales provokes the viewer to question their concept of living happily ever after and what exactly that entails.

To see more work from Diana … Read More

Pricasso – Penis Painter

January 14, 2014 |

There are millions of artists in the world, but only one who paints with his penis.

Artist Tim Patch, also known as Pricasso, creates his portrait in an interesting way, he paints with his penis. Australian-based Patch, who lables himself … Read More

PiXXXel Lego

January 14, 2014 |

Photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne blurs the line between the real and hyper-real, possibly making a statement about censorship and/or objectification, and certainly making my day.

Click here to view the artist’s website.

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Patricia Piccinini — Too close for comfort

January 14, 2014 |

Using hyper-realistic sculptures of customized life forms, Patricia Piccinini examines the relationships between animals, nature, science, and technology.

Her major artworks often reflect her interests in world issues such as bioethics, biotechnologies and the environment, exploring what she calls the … Read More