Art Monthly Magazine | Issue 322 | March 2020
Art Monthly Australasia is the region's flagship visual arts publication, critically engaging with contemporary and historical practice across 8 editions each year (from March to December), including regular Winter and Summer bumper editions, and a range of special thematic editions with coverage from the best writers and curators across the region with an expanded focus on the Asia-Pacific.
- NOTES FROM THE FIELD: CHLOÉ WOLIFSON
- ‘WE ARE, WE OFTEN FEEL, LIVING ON THE EDGE OF SOMETHING GOOD’: DUNJA RMANDIC
- HOLDING SPACE: CLOTHILDE BULLEN
- NOTES ON ART HISTORY IN PERTH AT THE START OF A NEW DECADE: GEMMA WESTON
- THE PROJECT STATE: MELISSA MCGRATH
- FLY-IN FLY-OUT: THE ITINERANT WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ART SCENE: KELLY FLIEDNER
- MIRRORED, MASKED AND AFOOT: ‘SINGAPORE ART WEEK 2020’: MICHAEL FITZGERALD, SINGAPORE
- BEHIND THE LENS: ‘FASHIONING BLACK IDENTITY’ AT MONASH GALLERY OF ART: ROSALIND LEMOH, MELBOURNE
- WAKE UP IN PARADISE: ANDREW MONTANA, SYDNEY
- HUGH RAMSAY: THE ‘PROBLEM PICTURE’ OF A PROBLEM PAINTER: ANGUS TRUMBLE
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