Published 01 December 2020
Sean Irving is a writer who spent too much time looking at trains as a kid. He’s currently Editor of ACCLAIM magazine.
Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn looks over the last twenty-five years of tertiary art education and wonders where the intake of students from a broad socio-economic spectrum has gone and where the subsequent shrinking cultural conversation leaves Australia?
Published March 2014
Digital nomad Fee Plumley reviews the state of the internet and Facebook's new algorithm that wants to tell you what you want to know.
The MYRE Project, Fremantle
October 9 – November 3 2013
Plimsoll Gallery, Tasmanian College of the Arts, Univeristy of Tasmania
Patti Astor, who co-founded the FUN Gallery in NYC in 1981, interviews the first and most well-known female graffiti artist Lady Pink, her friend of 30 years.
Various locations, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Foreword by Andrew Graham-Dixon
National Portrait Gallery, London, 2013
Freelance curator and scholar Margot Osborne reviews a new book on portraiture published by the National Portrait Gallery of London and featuring three Australian artists among others from around the world.
Din Heagney saw Melbourne Now at the NGV and found both maturity and parochialism.
James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, (b. 1973) played a key role in the development of the underground graffiti movement in Australia during the early 1990s, and has a Masters degree in Visual Arts from the University of South Australia. His interests in graffiti, urban realist and figurative oil painting have converged over time, leading to the development of his signature aerosol pointillist style. Cochran now lives in London.