eyeline contemporary visual art magazine — Love me tender: Warhol goes to the Mardi Gras by Robyn Ferrell; Going with the flow: Art, science, history and the Sydney Harbour by Aleksandr Andreas Wansbrough; JamFactory's 'Art Design Architecture' series leads the way by Ian Were; Art and Politics by Louise Martin-Chew; A Biennale by any other name... by Pat Hoffie; 'Acting' as a motif and a vehicle in visual arts by Gauthier Lesturgie; Anxiousness: Thoughts on the National – New Australian Art, 2017 by David Corbet; Invisible Genres by Marco Marcon; Datong Dazhang by Paul Gladston and Lynne Howarth-Gladston; Embodied in a virtual world by Robyn Ferrell; Reviews.
Cover: Christian Thompson, Hannah’s Diary (from the series Lost together), 2009. Detail, C-type print, 100 x 100cm. Courtesy the artist, Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne, and Michael Reid, Sydney and Berlin.
Christian de Vietri interviewed by Dina Ibrahim; Rachel Shearer: The flooded mirror and silt line – Sound art and public space by Andrew Clifford; Sex, death and religion: Touring MONA by Anne Marsh; Wes Hill in conversation with Andrew Harper; Confronting consensus: The art and politics of Christopher Howlett by Mark Pennings and Mark Webb; Game changer: Helen Johnson – New painterly strategies by Shelley McSpedden; The un-thought about: A history for John Barbour in a handful of objects... by Ewen McDonald; Adelaide and the elusive palace of dreams by Ross Wolfe; All is not what it seems: Through the glass with Nicholas by Ian Were; Return of the exhibition: 12th Istanbul Biennial by Adele Tan; Knowing but not seeing: Yokohama Triennale 2011 by Emily Wakeling; Reviews.