eyeline contemporary visual art magazine. Cover: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, In The Beginning, 2016. Detail. Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne. Courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf.
Articles: Belief, Complacency, Hype, Hubris: Damien Hirst's Demon with a Bowl in Venice by Pat Hoffie; Divisions on a ground: A critical meditation on Chung Sang-Hwa: Seven Paintings by Lynne Howarth-Gladston and Paul Gladston; Unlearning from Europe: Notes on documenta 14 by David Corbet; Suitcases of rubbish on the beaches of Europe: Toward an end of world weariness by Helen Grace; 15th Istanbul Biennial, 2017 by Marco Marcon; Art and Politics: Are good neighbours too much to ask? by Alan Cruickshank; What happened to the unconscious? Pat Brassington: The Body Electric by Robyn Ferrell; The People vs. Kelley Walker by Robert Leonard; Colin McCahon: On going out with the tide by Priscilla Pitts; Neo-Expressionism: Then and now by Wes Hill; Elisa Carmichael's regenerative art by Sally Butler; and Reviews.
Postcard from Beijing: Performance art is alive and kicking by D.B. Valentine; Disjuncture—Tradition—Indirectness: A conversation with Qiu Anxiong by Paul Gladston; Spaced: Art out of place by Zara Stanhope; Dia: Beacon by Sarah Hetherington; The subterfuge of Joshua Petherick by Jan Bryant; Mikala Dwyer's occult constructivism by Sally Butler; Nasim Nasr: Symbols of rebirth by Adam Geczy; Australia's feminist blockbuster: Contemporary Australia: Women by Susan Best; Contemporary Australia: Women by Anne Kirker; Re-inventing the 'F Word' – It's feminism! by Rachael Haynes; Footnotes: Onanism in the feminine by Ann Finegan; Reviews.