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Art Monthly Australia is a dynamic visual arts magazine containing lively commentary, news and reviews on the visual arts, which is distributed throughout Australia and internationally. We are committed to representing all Australian states and territories to a local, national and international audience.
Art Monthly is the only monthly visual arts magazine in Australia, and publishes ten issues each year between March and December, including the popular Artnotes section which features events, news and exhibitions from all states and territories across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia/Pacific region.
In the trial issue Daniel Thomas explores Aboriginal fibre art at the Queensland Art Gallery, Veronica Tello takes a walk through The Bricoleur, an exhibition of Ricky Swallow’s artworks at the National Gallery of Victoria, and Jan Jones gets drawn into the past in Michelle Hiscock’s exhibition, Paintings.
Anne Kirker, in one of four book reviews this issue, admires Stuart Koop’s Crackle… Contemporary Art from the middle of Nowhere; Ashley Crawford assesses Immemorial: Reaching back beyond memory, an exhibition of tropical exchange between Darwin and Yogyakarta; and inspiration from the bark paintings of Mawurndjul and the late L.B. Nadjamerrek in the work of young Newcastle artist Lucas Grogan was a catalyst for the Art and Appropriation Post the Apology symposium at Sydney’s College of Fine Arts.
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