eyeline art magazine australia. Cover: Nick Cave, The Let Go. An immersive performance and installation by Nick Cave at Park Avenue Armory. Photograph James Ewing.
Articles: Nick Cave: The Let Go by Ingrid Periz; Updating the Readymade by Wes Hill; Archie Moore: 1970 – 2018 by Sarah Werkmeister; Dale Harding in conversation with Hilary Thurlow; Art and Incarceration: Andy Quilty and The Prisoner by Darren Jorgensen; From both, and inconclusively, from neither: Critical reflections on the significances of Yu Youhan's paintings as a locus of aesthetic modernity by Paul Gladston; Thresholds to other worlds: Jill Orr's ritual performances by Anne Marsh; The Planetary Garden: Manifesta 12, Palermo by Julie Ewington; Globalisation, the art market and international art by Robyn Ferrell; Adventures in Biennale-land: Thoughts on the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art; NGV Triennial and the twenty-first Biennale of Sydney, 2018 by David Corbet; Reviews.
Alicia Frankovich Moving Still by Ariane Craig-Smith; Richard Lewer by Rebecca Coates; Nicholas Folland by Ken Bolton; Better than a hole in the head: The work of Christopher Hanrahan by Adam Geczy; Things behaving badly by Ingrid Periz; The past inside the present: Tacita Dean by Ryszard Dabek; Innocence and Intoxication: The work of Jane Burton by Ashley Crawford; Making Worlds Venice Biennale 2009 by Jacqueline Millner; Poles apart: Two Japanese art triennials and their distinctive approaches to art and its audience by Zara Stanhope; 'Vague and elusive, as it is' The work of Geng Jianyi by Paul Gladston; Brave new worlds: Jonathan Kimberley and the Kayili artists by Anthony Gardner; The inaugural Cairns Indigenous Art Fair by Sally Butler; Reviews.