review by Grace Karskens
Marking the 75th anniversary of Sydney's iconic bridge, this exhibition must have presented the curator with an embarrassment of riches.
Recent acquisitions from the National Museum of the American Indian
review by Craig Wilcox
Modest in size and mood, the recent Indigenous Motivations exhibition barely competed for the attention of the millions who cram into New York's museums each year. But it deserved attention for carrying out an ambitious brief in a difficult space, and for how it interpreted indigenous creativity.
Australia's Muslim cameleers
Pioneers of the inland, 1860s–1930s
review by Bill Seager
This travelling exhibition leaves no doubt that camels, cameleers and Australia's first Muslim community helped shape Australia's outback.
The art of Bollywood
review by Rochona Majumdar
A small but finely textured exhibition, this is a wonderful introduction for Australian museum-goers to the art(s) of Bollywood — poster art, couture, sets, fight sequences and music.
George W Lambert retrospective
Heroes & icons
review by Jim Davidson
This exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia is the first extensive retrospective exhibition since Lambert's death almost 80 years ago, and is strikingly comprehensive.