Until September 19, Sydneysiders will be able to experience a bit of Latin American culture over a few screens around the city as part of the fifth edition of the Sydney Latin American Film Festival.
A high-energy urban arts scene is emerging in Brazil’s biggest metropolis, making the ‘concrete jungle’, as the city is known, one of the ‘coolest’ places in the world right now. Exploring the relationship between art, architecture and skate, the Matilha Cultural Gallery (Cultural Pack) in the center of São Paulo is hosting the exhibition, Destroy and Create, until September 3.
Rigaer 105 is a non-commercial project room based in Berlin. It attempts to operate in a non-consumerist and non-capitalist way and it’s run on volunteer basis by young people from across Europe. The aim is promote cultural exchange and social understanding, making it an open and inclusive space for people wanting to exchange ideas, knowledge and abilities.
WhiteSpac3 is a recently launched arts community website. Instead of meaning a blank space, the suggestive name refers to an important element in the aesthetic composition. In design, the white or negative space is what enables objects to exist due to the contradiction with the positive (non-white) elements. It’s a very appropriate concept for a […]
Sydney-based artist Rebecca Hillis has a wonderful obsession for gypsy characters, female bodies, and dancing. All of this together, sometimes. Her mix of abstract and impressionism seems to evoke a transient world where women are either divas or devils. She is now showing in Melbourne at the Amethyst Art Space.