Australian artist Janet Laurence created an immersive work 'Resuscitation the Reef' as part of the Artists for Climate Change during the COP21 talks in Paris (2015).
For the first time, the Grand Palais presents one of the largest ever retrospectives of American video artist Bill Viola's work. (2014)
The flamboyant and colourful character of artist Grayson Perry shines bright and bold at the MCA in Sydney.
Cuban photographer Carlos Otero and Israeli filmmaker Enrique Rottenberg's series of photographs taken in people’s home across Cuba in 2010 was shown at the new F.A.C. art space.
Paris hosted the Climate Change talks (COP21) and Artists 4 Climate Change which offered the public messages on hope for humanity and our planet.
The theme of the 20th Biennale of Sydney (2016) was inspired by a quote from leading science fiction author William Gibson "The Future is Already Here — It’s Just Not Evenly Distributed "
The Stella Prize celebrates Australian women's contribution to literature.
Three new books on female contemporary artists share personal stories and new views on their artworks and lives.
The Hour of Land explores how policy makers are presently aiding the destruction of our natural land and public parks.
The movement for regenerating native bush has been long lived but the movement for creating urban green scape is growing, along with the call for pollinator pockets and increased biodiversity.