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Melbourne In Pictures

Melbourne in pictures

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the fabric architect

The Fabric Architect

“I wanted to be an Architect” Dior French designer Christian Dior craved an artistic life as the economic world collapsed under the weight of the war machine that had eaten into Europe. He fell...
art auction at the prince, st kilda

Art Auction at the Prince, St Kilda

In its 24th year, the AKC Auction is being held at the Prince, St Kilda on October 18. Local legend’s Tex Perkins and Charlie Owen, hot off the Tex, Don and Charlie’s sold out...
mona,  the road to oz

MONA, the road to OZ

MONA; the Museum of Old & New Art ‘Prior to the visit I had heard plenty of favourable comments and recommendations about MONA; surprisingly they were coming from a range of people varying from...
plundered & broken

Plundered & Broken

The tale of Aboriginal plunder is a never-ending ballad that sings in the winds of this great country, a land that Elea (Albert) Namatjira painted so lovingly in watercolour. Namatjira’s world-renowned artistic status may have...
countdown star

Countdown Star

Renee Geyer Australian jazz and soul legend, Renee Geyer has maintained a career that has spanned over 40 years. Her resonating voice has withstood the revolving door of the season and carved itself into a...
what to do?

What to Do?

As the last veil of sunshine and warmth left our streets at the end of June, a shadow fell like doom and cast us into our beds with flu’s. June was invigorating, July is...
ramsay art prize finalists

Ramsay Art Prize finalists

  Art is language and in many countries pictures are a part of dialogue. The inviting interiors of Cue, De Souza, Hughes and Selleck examine the priorities of pretext and invite interactive, participation. The exhibition moves away...
a beautiful evening

A beautiful evening

MUSIC REVIEW   Josh, one of our new music reviewer’s arrived to a full house at the Tote in Collingwood on the weekend, for the launch of  Ferla’s  new album Guilt Pop / Stay...
2 bob weekend

2 Bob Weekend

On a mild Winter weekend, Melbourne’s Music elite came together to honour the songs of Bob Dylan, before a full house at the Memo in St Kilda. Friday night was dedicated to acoustic Bob...