ON THE COVER
Sancintya Mohini Simpson, Kala Pani, 2018. Watercolour and gouache on handmade wasli paper, 88 x 63cm. Photo: Louis Lim. Courtesy: The artist.
With all due respect
Do we need an art world #metoo moment?
Collectors are taking their support of artists to the studio.
Lifecycle of a collector
Navigating the wild world of artist copyright.
Behind the scenes
What makes a gallery go the distance?
In the works
Art History 101 for the discerning collector.
What’s it really like to be a VIP in the art world?
Money sullies art
Is the art/commerce dichotomy a luxury of the privileged?
Which art schools are turning out the best talent?
A major Australian survey takes over Sydney’s three largest institutions.
Fairest of them all
The local and international art fairs on our calendars.
Next of kin
An unconventional approach at this year’s Auckland Art Fair gives collectors access to vetted talent.
Not to be missed…
The must-see exhibitions this quarter.
On the couch
Corbett and Yueji Lyon’s $14.5 million Housemuseum expansion.
Inside the covers
A new publication reads like a who’s who of the Sydney art world.
If I could have
Melbourne-based curator Sophia Cai presents the artwork on her wish list.
Our writers speak to two established artists about their recent work.
We introduce the work of three artists for your radar.
The artists who have recently captured ACE Open CEO Liz Nowell’s attention.
The unrepresented artists you should be paying attention to.
A patient touch
Courtney Kidd on how Jude Rae has made her mark on Australian painting.
The foreseeable future
Kylie Banyard is looking at the future with fresh eyes. Andrew Frost writes.
When windows are worlds
Micheal Do explores the enigmatic compositions of painter Tom Polo.
The male gaze
Jessica Clark looks at James Tylor’s recent works that place masculinity in centre frame.
Beyond the looking glass
Angela Tiatia draws on an ancient myth to explore self-absorption today. Francis McWhannell reflects.
Jane O’Sullivan on the whip-fast wit of Kenny Pittock.
Art Centre: It’s only natural
Buku-LarrŋgayMulka Art Centre is making magic.
Dealer: Chalking it up
This ARI turned commercial gallery is no one-trick pony.
Collector: The model millennial
Lindsay Clement-Meehan is a new breed of young collector.
The notable commercial gallery exhibitions across Australia and New Zealand this quarter.
One sentence reviews
Recent exhibitions reviewed by our writers in 30 words or less.
Off the wall
Micheal Do on why we should remember Primavera 2018.