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The director of ‘The Lobster’ can’t quite pull off this high-concept dance between the grandiose and the grotesque
By Luke Goodsell on the
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An animated satire about an anthropomorphic former sitcom star gets surprisingly real
By Craig Mathieson on the
There will be no resolution until Turnbull deals with his conservatives
By Mungo MacCallum on the
In a new series, prolific documentarian Ken Burns finally acknowledges that American stories have an impact on the stories of others
By Matthew Clayfield on the
The annual festival of experimental art energised Sydney’s Carriageworks over ten days
By Fiona McGregor on the
The arguments against an Indigenous voice to parliament simply don’t stack up
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Nat Randall plays a five-minute scene of attempted reconciliation – with 100 different men over 24 hours
By Fiona McGregor on the
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The intriguing Tetsuya Umeda, a marriage-equality mixtape, new releases from raven and Kelela, and Burial’s ‘Untrue’ ten years on
By Anwen Crawford on the
Exhibitions by Brent Harris and Karl Wiebke reinforce how abstract painting can both beguile and explore big questions
By Quentin Sprague on the
By Nick Feik on the
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Agatha Gothe-Snape’s performance work interrogates and celebrates one of the great conceptual artists
By Fiona McGregor on the
Image of Amy Winehouse
An exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Australia pieces together missing components of the late singer’s identity
By Jenny Valentish on the
Still from Mindhunter
The Australian actress talks about her key role in Netflix’s ’70s-set FBI series
By Cameron Williams on the
There is a stark difference in how the Victorian premier and the PM approached their respective hot-button issues
By Mungo MacCallum on the
The lo-fi New Yorkers take on a Robert Pattinson–starring genre thriller
By Harry Windsor on the
Attempts to encourage censorship and deliberate amnesia seldom work
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Cover of Navigator Between Worlds
Reflections on one of the great essayists at the launch of a new biography
By Martin Krygier on the
Cover of Sour Heart
Jenny Zhang’s short-story collection offers complex, radical versions of immigrant girlhood
By Jessica Au on the

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