AN cover Spring 2013

Issue °161, Spring 2013



The latest updates from Denis O’Connor on his collaborative documentary looking at artists’ studios throughout history, Heather Galbraith reporting from Venice and Sue Gardiner on the contemporary artists re-engaging with the tradition of documentary photography. Lois Perry visits the island of Naoshima, Dan Chappell goes to Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi Beach, Judy Millar looks at the rapid changes affecting the ways we consume art, John Perry notes the growing market interest in Asian art and Josie McNaught reflects on how artists are chosen for the Venice Biennale. We profile Janet Lilo and Ann Shelton, hear from Darryn George recalling his trip to Venice to install The Folder Room and Sean Chen at the China National Museum, and take a closer look at Fiona Hall’s latest bark cloth paintings, with reviews from around the country


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