Sullivan + Strumpf Magazine | September 2020

Sullivan+Strumpf is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading contemporary art galleries, representing the most engaging Australian and international artists.

Their new monthly magazine profiles the art work of over 40 of the most engaging international artists in Australia and the Asia-Pacific and East Asia regions working across painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, ceramics, art installation, architecture and digital media.

In this issue we celebrate Lindy Lee in the lead-up to her major survey exhibition Moon in Dew Drop at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney and our first exhibition for Natalya Hughes which bravely challenges Willem de Kooning's iconic and problematic painting series "Woman". We also look at Richard Lewer's new bird paintings, visit Michael Zavros at home, talk with legendary Indonesian artist FX Harsono about his new studio and hear from curator and art consultant Fiona McIntosh. Tim Silver looks back at his works for the Adelaide Biennial, for Archibald Prize season we profile Michael Lindeman and last word goes to Art Money founder, Paul Becker.


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