Art Almanac | July August 2020

Art Almanac is Australia's longest-running monthly guide to art galleries, exhibition listings, news, industry services and artist opportunities, accompanied by unique editorial.

In this Issue:
As information and ignorance jostle for position, art questions perception and plays a role in record making. Our celebrated cover artist, Tony Albert debuts new work in glass from his ongoing series ‘Brothers’ which highlights the discrimination and violence Aboriginal people face. With the perceived fragility but inherent strength of glass, Albert explores the connectedness of us as humans.

Darcey Bella Arnold’s new works are also personal and explore ground between the neurotypical and neurodivergent.

Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu’s practice occupies ‘everywhen’ a personalised coexistence of past, present and future.

Ultimately ‘intuition leads the way’ for Miranda Skoczek despite gathering a motley of references from iconography to books, Instagram, films and eBay in response to her real-world surroundings.

‘Conflict in My Outlook’ also draws on the oversaturation of data and where it lands in the private, public and commercial realm – a new frontier for perception and record.

Size: 21 x 15cm
163 Pages

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