Issue 41:1 | April 2021 | Fashion. Performance. Industry.
Fashion. Performance. Industry.
Issue 41:1 | April 2021
Issue 39:4 | December 2019 | Food Bowl
Food Bowl
Issue 39:4 | December 2019
Issue 39:1 | March 2019 | Local Colour
Local Colour
Issue 39:1 | March 2019
Issue 36:1 | March 2016 | Big Ideas
Big Ideas
Issue 36:1 | March 2016
Issue 34:4 | December 2014 | Sustainable?
Issue 34:4 | December 2014
Issue 30:3 | September 2010 | Art in the Public Arena
Art in the Public Arena
Issue 30:3 | September 2010
Issue 28:1 | March 2008 | Fuel for Thought
Fuel for Thought
Issue 28:1 | March 2008
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Ecology: Everyone's Business
Issue 25:4 | December 2005
Issue 21:1 | March 2001 | Taking in Water
Taking in Water
Issue 21:1 | March 2001
Issue 17:1 | March 1997 | Australian Design
Australian Design
Issue 17:1 | March 1997
Issue 11:4 | December 1991 | Art, Architecture & the Environment
Art, Architecture & the Environment
Issue 11:4 | December 1991


Culturally ambitious: Moving with the times
Joanna Mendelssohn on the Australia Council’s latest strategic plan.
The aesthetics and ethics of landscape design
Margot Osborne on the practice of Taylor Cullity Lethlean
Red mud: Art and the post-mining landscape
Amelia Hine, Philipp Kirsch and Iris Amizlev on building sustainable landscapes and land shapes from post-mining space
Relational acts: Art, commoning and sustainability
Linda Carroli on creative practices that contribute to ‘the commons’
Valediction for a gallery: Following the art money
In 2001, the Damien Minton Gallery opened in Newcastle, moving to the inner Sydney suburb of Redfern in 2005. In August 2014, the gallery closed its doors for the last time. Here, Damien Minton reflects on the changing role of the commercial art dealer and the power of art money
Return to the Wunderkammer
Eve Sullivan interviews Lisa Slade Curator of the 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object 
Let's boycott all biennales!
Ian Milliss on why biennales, like wars, are the continuation of politics by other means 
The bicycle as dissident object
Laura Fisher on the bicycle in contemporary art 
George Gittoes and the social turn in Afghanistan
Darren Jorgensen on Australian art in a war zone 
Material thinking and sustainability in contemporary ceramics
Altair Roelants on critical new directions in ceramics from Australia and New Zealand 
On First Nations agency in our European-based cultural institutions
Léuli Eshraghi interviews First Nations curators and artists Tess Allas (UNSW Art and Design), Bruce McLean (QAGOMA), Kimberley Moulton (Museum Victoria) and Rosanna Raymond (SaVAge K’lub for APT8) 
Artist-run initiative: Fontanelle moving to Port Adelaide
Eve Sullivan in conversation with directors Brigid Noone and Ben Leslie
The new National Gallery Singapore: A monument for intersecting histories
Alan Cruickshank on branding the city-state as a global city for the arts 
Elizabeth Woods: There is going to be a wedding and you are all invited
Elizabeth Woods' art practice has for many years revolved around the relationship between place, artist and community and what arises from their connection to each other. Marrying a tree is its latest manifestation.
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