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'Another day in paradise': Ben Quilty opens Myuran Sukumaran's posthumous art exhibition

'Another day in paradise': Ben Quilty opens Myuran Sukumaran's posthumous art exhibition

Ben Neutze Jan 13, 2017

Almost two years after Sukumaran’s death, Quilty is opening an exhibition featuring more than 100 of Sukumaran’s works, writes Daily Review journalist Ben Neutze

Guy Rundle's Christmas carols to fill you with yuletide cheer

Guy Rundle's Christmas carols to fill you with yuletide cheer

Guy RundleDec 23, 20165 Comments

A very Crikey Christmas.

The compliment sandwich, or how Australian literary book reviews really are too nice

The compliment sandwich, or how Australian literary book reviews really are too nice

Myriam RobinDec 16, 2016

Academic says Australian Review of Books doesn't do critical reviews -- ABR says it does, with a juicy example.

Aussie arts sector to get a new think tank, but is that a good thing?

Aussie arts sector to get a new think tank, but is that a good thing?

Ben ElthamDec 9, 20162 Comments

An underground conference and a new think tank announcement from the top end of town show that Australian culture is starting to mobilise.

Fashism: natty dressing and a history of violence

Fashism: natty dressing and a history of violence

Mel CampbellDec 9, 20165 Comments

Dress codes are techniques of controlling people by regulating their bodies. And no one knows that better than fascists.

My name is Bernard and I’m a M*A*S*H addict

My name is Bernard and I’m a M*A*S*H addict

Bernard KeaneDec 2, 20169 Comments

One of the dominant TV series of the '70s, M*A*S*H had a core theme of white male privilege, but it got more complicated as the show aged.

Do pill-testing kits encourage illegal drug use?

Do pill-testing kits encourage illegal drug use?

Tamsin RoseNov 29, 20168 Comments

With summer music season upon us, the debate around pill testing has been revived. Should drug users be able to tell if they are consuming what they think they are, or does pill testing encourage drug use? Crikey intern Tamsin Rose reports.

Some friendly advice to Tony Abbott on writing his next book

Some friendly advice to Tony Abbott on writing his next book

Irfan YusufNov 24, 20161 Comment

Take it from a Muslim, Tony, you need to come to terms with gay marriage.

Rundle: without arrogance, or even temper, Leonard Cohen summoned transcendence

Rundle: without arrogance, or even temper, Leonard Cohen summoned transcendence

Guy RundleNov 14, 201611 Comments

His voice was not suited to the times, at first; soon, the times remade themselves for his voice.

Are the 'fake' Brett Whiteleys genuine after all?

Are the 'fake' Brett Whiteleys genuine after all?

Angus SmithNov 7, 20161 Comment

A jury found an art conservator and an art dealer guilty of forging Brett Whiteley paintings. But the judge in the case seems to think they might be genuine after all. Freelance journalist Angus Smith reports.

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