Current Issue - vol 34 no 1, 2014
Co-guest editors Annemarie Kohn and Charity Bramwell
Wall to Wall offers readers a chance to compare their attitudes to graffiti art with those of a range of authorities from rappers and writers to scholars and critics.
The issue covers the birth of this art movement and subcultural genre in New York four decades ago and its current role within the constantly shifting politics of public space in cities across the planet including Asia and the Arab world where th...
Artlink launch - Wall to wall: graffiti art
What does the term Graffiti Art mean to you?
This extraordinary issue gives you a rare chance to compare notes with a range of authorities on the subject.
WALL TO WALL covers the birth of this art movement started in New York four decades ago and its current role within the constantly shifting politics of public space in cities across the planet including the Arab world and Asia.
Guest editors Annemarie Kohn and Charity Bramwell bring their passion for the subcultural genre to the pages with stories of many of the key artists from the past as well as documentation from cities around Australia. more...
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- Optimism in Queensland
Chris Saines, newly appointed Director of Queensland Art Gallery, has energy to burn and he has been talking about his vision for the institution for the next decade or more. His ambitions include increasing the footprint of QAGOMA within an expanded cultural precinct, and creating a permanent Indigenous gallery on th...
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Artlink Indigenous IV: Blackground
Issue 34#2 June 2014
Guest co-editors Carly Lane and Glenn Iseger-Pilkington
The fourth issue of Artlink Indigenous will turn its gaze to Indigenous lived experience and its salience to contemporary Indigenous art. The co-editors Carly Lane and Glenn Iseger-Pilkington write: “Sharing these experiences is pivotal to the future of not only Indigenous people’s cultural independence, but also to the future of visual arts as expressive/ interrogative tools in which to share our cultures, concerns and aspirations.” More...