Art Monthly Magazine | Issue 320 | November 2019

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
  • TO STRUCTURE, SUPPORTIVELY: PATRICK D. FLORES
  • A VISUAL KIND OF EXCAVATION: FINDING CARLOS VILLA’S FILIPINO ROOTS: MARK DEAN JOHNSON AND SHERWIN RIO
  • ON ARCHIVING AND POSSIBILITIES: THANAVI CHOTPRADIT
  • AN ART-WORLD MAKING WITH RAY ALBANO: THE FUTURE I WILL NEVER HAVE; JUDY FREYA SIBAYAN
  • DUCK ISLAND TO DORSODURO: ‘LIVING ROCKS’ AT VENICE; LOUISE MARTIN-CHEW, VENICE
  • WORLDS NOT FAR FROM HERE; TARUN NAGESH, CANBERRA
  • EXPERIENCING VEGETAL ONTOLOGY: EMMA WALKER AT LISMORE REGIONAL GALLERY; MOYA COSTELLO, LISMORE
  • SARAH CONTOS: CHTHONIC FANTASIES; WES HILL
  •  FIXING THE BOUNDARIES: MAO TONGQIANG’S LEASEHOLDS; MINERVA INWALD
  • GORDON SHEPHERDSON 1934 - 2019; BRUCE HEISER

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