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Installation view of the Kandinsky exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, showing three framed abstract paintings hanging on a wall


Kandinsky at AGNSW

The exhibition of the Russian painter’s work at the Art Gallery of NSW provides a fascinating view of 20th-century art’s leap from representation to abstraction

Image of Margret RoadKnight playing guitar and singing.


The unsung career of Margret RoadKnight

Little-known outside the Melbourne folk scene for decades, singer Margret RoadKnight’s 60 years of music-making is celebrated in a new compilation

A woman rides her bike past the Australian flag, the Indigenous flag and the flag of the Torres Strait Islands, Canberra, October 13, 2023. Image © Lukas Coch / AAP Images

Beyond the Voice referendum

Looking towards the next 65,000 years

View of the High Court of Australia. Image © Mick Tsikas / AAP Images

Law and order

Guarding the power of the court in our democracy

The hidden forces agitating at highest levels to undermine judicial independence

Image of a Korean woman whose face is being clasped by a dark shadowy figure behind her.


Korean folklore comes to Western Sydney in ‘Night Bloomers’

Plus, the infamous 1970s London haunting is recreated in ‘The Enfield Poltergeist’, queer ghost hunters unite in ‘Living for the Dead’, and more

Image of Gumbula holding turtle eggs on the beach at Ḻuŋgutja, June 26, 2005. Image: Aaron Corn

The first, but not the last: Brian Djangirrawuy Gumbula-Garawirrtja

The world’s first Yolngu professor passes away in Arnhem Land, aged 60

Image showing two children walking along underground train tracks


Venice International Film Festival 2023 highlights

Cuban drama ‘Oceans Are the Real Continents’, hypnotic Nepalese debut ‘The Red Suitcase’, and documentary ‘Photophobia’, following those sheltering in Kharkiv’s underground metro stations, are among this year’s stand-outs

Cover o fYanis Varoufakis’s book ‘Technofeudalism: What Killed Capitalism’


Yanis Varoufakis’s ‘Technofeudalism: What Killed Capitalism’

The economist and author’s latest book considers how 21st-century capitalism resembles feudalism, and offers an alternative

Image of Jim Chalmers, gesturing with one hand

Climate change

Treasury is missing the big picture on climate

The economic models underpinning the Intergenerational Report don’t adequately measure the risks of climate change

Three actors are seen on stage during a performance of The Dismissal, portraying Malcolm Fraser, Norman Gunston and Gough Whitlam.


‘The Dismissal’: An all-singing, all-dancing reimagining of the constitutional crisis

The Gough Whitlam musical – with Norman Gunston as guide – is a polished and hilarious spectacle, but at times it tries to cover too much ground