Art Monthly Magazine | Issue 321 | Summer 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.

Features: 

  • DISPATCHES: ANDREW STEPHENS
  • NOTES FROM THE FIELD: CHLOÉ WOLIFSON
  • ‘TARNANTHI 2019’: STILL LISTENING: MICHAEL FITZGERALD, ADELAIDE
  • NOISELESS CURRENTS, STRONG AND DEEP: ‘NEW GLASS NOW’: NOLA ANDERSON, CORNING
  • A COLLEGIAL HISTORY: ‘MASTERMAKERS’ AT RMIT GALLERY: ANNE BRENNAN, MELBOURNE
  • THREADS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE: ‘THE #UDHRQUILT PROJECT’ AT MOAD: MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE, CANBERRA
  • THE POWER OF YEARNING: RAQUEL ORMELLA’S ‘I HOPE YOU GET THIS’: ANGUS MCGRATH, CANBERRA
  • A SPACE TO SPECULATE: BONITA ELY’S ‘FUTURE TENSE’ AT GRIFFITH: HILARY THURLOW, BRISBANE
  • A PLAYGROUND AT THE EARTH’S MIDDLE: CHAITANYA SAMBRANI, YOGYAKARTA
  • ENCYCLOPEDIC ARTIST, ENORMOUS BOOK: AT HOME IN THE WORLD: THE ART AND LIFE OF GULAMMOHAMMED SHEIKH: JULIE EWINGTON
  • IMBUED WITH TAKSU: BALINESE ART IN DARWIN: KELLIE JOSWIG, DARWIN
  • WHAT BEN QUILTY OFFERS US: ANNA ZAGALA, ADELAIDE
  • FOR MY MOTHER: BRENDA L. CROFT
  • INTO THE LIGHT: CHARLOTTE POSENENSKE AT DIA:BEACON: AMELIA WINATA, NEW YORK
  • MILTON MOON 1926 - 2019: VICKI GRIMA

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