Amidst the glamour of the Adelaide Fashion Festival 2014, the Art Gallery showcases over 90 hand-picked haute couture pieces flown in from Paris.
Art after Dark: West End is a funky, fresh new theme for Thursday nights in Adelaide’s newest West End cultural precinct.
Over two smouldering evenings, the Australian Burlesque Festival sashayed into Adelaide; a sumptuous and sultry array of local and international performers.
This week's upcoming Burlesque Festival is a consummate mix of nostalgia, dynamism and new media forms, far beyond the realm of mere striptease.
Arresting and thought provoking, Occupy Love, delves into the pressing issues of planetary-wide environmental degradation within the context of the current economic, political and social climate.
Upon initial encounter with this exhibition one is immediately struck by the aptness of its title and unable to resist the remarkable pull of the pieces: all manner of Indian art of the Jain, Hindu and Islamic faiths.
An experiential, playful space, well suited to the innovative environment of the Tooth and Nail Gallery, the exhibition is delivered in an open salon style format, inviting attendees to physically immerse themselves within the spaces of the multiple installations.
A colourful retrospective, dedicated to the first Gay Pride March in Adelaide held September 15, 1973, the exhibition consists of a collection of high quality photographs of the ‘Proud Parade’, courtesy of the National Australian Archives.
Past, present and futures collide in the exhibition pieces of Yvonne East, Nevin Hirik and Andrew Baldwin, currently showing 6 September - 6 October at the Art Images Gallery, Norwood.