W H Chong June 16, 2017
It's winter in Tasmania and the harvest is performance art garnished with Goth.
W H Chong January 9, 2017 2 Comments
John Berger (1926-2017) was one of the most influential critics of the last fifty years, extracting radical content from tradition.
W H Chong September 23, 2016
Critic and painters stouch, but people will keep on painting.
W H Chong April 1, 2016
Andy Warhol was an art giant — is Ai Weiwei just standing on his shoulders, or on an altogether different planet?
W H Chong March 24, 2016 2 Comments
The most famous mother in art history comes to the NGV. How good is it?
W H Chong October 20, 2015
A painter's notes on making a portrait. Plus, see the author speak about her writing and her portrait, in front of the picture at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra.
W H Chong September 11, 2015
Self-exposing imagery — it's everywhere! But see how an artist makes nakedness beautiful inside and out. Plus, an instant beach classic.
W H Chong August 28, 2015
Slow down in Ballarat, to a 60th of a second. The Foto Biennale is back, stopping time across the world.
W H Chong August 21, 2015
How does a great creative mind work? The design superstar tells us, before his appearances in Sydney, Aug 25 and Melbourne, Aug 29.