Art Monthly Magazine | Issue 324 | Winter 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.

Featuring: 

  • DISPATCHES: ANDREW STEPHENS
  • FREEDOM AND HORROR: VIEWING ART DURING COVID-19: MICHAEL FITZGERALD, SYDNEY
  • LACK FRIDAY IN GOTHAM: PAT HOFFIE, NEW YORK
  • A PRACTICE OF PROTEST AND PROTECTION: THE MASKS OF JEMIMA WYMAN: LUCY JACKSON
  • WATCHING YOU, WATCHING ME: GISELLE STANBOROUGH’S ‘CINOPTICON’: STEPHANIE BERLANGIERI, SYDNEY
  • READ SO THAT WRITING WON’T FAIL US: EXISTENTIAL CRISIS AND DIGITAL PLATFORMS: ZARA STANHOPE
  •  A GOOD TIME TO BE A POST-INTERNET ARTIST: SOPHIA HALLOWAY, CANBERRA
  • ARRESTING THE TOURISTIC GAZE: THERESE RITCHIE AND THE ART OF REPRESENTATION IN A TRANSIENT PLACE: KOULLA ROUSSOS, DARWIN
  • THE ARCHIVE AND THE PUBLIC SQUARE: ALEX BURCHMORE, SEOUL
  • MAKING CONNECTIONS: MITIANA ARBON, WINNIE DUNN, ENOCH MAILANGI AND TALIA SMITH IN CONVERSATION
  • SOME NOTES ON ANNE WALLACE’S ‘STRANGE WAYS’: HAMISH SAWYER, BRISBANE
  • ROOM TO EXHALE: MEL O’CALLAGHAN’S ‘CENTRE OF THE CENTRE’: ANABELLE LACROIX
  • DANIEL THOMAS TO A T: MICHAEL FITZGERALD
  • THE CHRISTO BACKLASH: DANIEL THOMAS

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