Biennale of Sydney
One of ADR’s new online contributing editors reviews the Biennale of Sydney, an event that has evolved into one of Australia’s biggest and most popular contemporary art festivals.
Distinguishing art and architecture
A piece from one of ADR’s contributing online editorial assistants where the author attempts to find the line of separation between art and architecture using Stephen Bram’s latest project as an example.
Context, or modernising Maori architecture in Waikaremoana
In order to more clearly understand the issues surrounding Australia’s Indigenous architectural heritage, it’s useful to draw comparisons to New Zealand’s own treatment of its heritage.
Elenberg Fraser presents Zumbo Melbourne
Taking a sticky stroll through the magical confection that is Elenberg Fraser’s Zumbo – a new Melbourne-based patisserie designed for celebrity chef Adriano Zumbo.
A satirical piece from one of our contributing online editorial assistants on the proliferation of branded sheds (consumer ‘icons’) and how they have come to dominate the cityscape of Australia’s rural cities and townships.
Art lovers and critical architects
This article is the next in line from one of our newly appointed contributing online editorial assistants and reviews Sydney’s Art Month, observing the Pechua Kucha style presentations of notable Sydney practitioners.
The legacy of the Architectural Practice Academy
The first article from one of our newly appointed contributing online editorial assistants, a reflective piece on the experimental graduate program in Queensland.
White night, amazing night
The second iteration of White Night was staged on Saturday 22 February with more than half a million people walking Melbourne’s streets and laneways, partaking of and participating in a virtual feast of cultural events and artistic happenings.
Text and Images: Jan Henderson