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.
Doin' Stuff: Marley Dawson's Machine-sites by Adam Geczy; Machine Visions: Alex Monteith by Stella Brennan; Journeying from the known to the unknown: Recent Paintings by Daniel Mafe by Louise Martin-Chew; Gemma Smith and the intuitive abstract by Mark Pennings; Unsettled Australia in the art of Annabel Nowlan by Sally Butler; Taryn Simon's 'An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar':- Taryn' with the negative: Simon, hypervisibility and the photography of judgement by William MacNeil; Hidden in plain sight: Tarryn Simon's 'American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar' by Hilary Emmett; Tarryn Simon: The conspiracy of word and image by Rex Butler; William Kentridge: What we see and what we know: Thinking about history while walking, and thus the drawings began to move... by Andrew Maerkle; Old and new romantic: The 17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age by Susan Best; Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists 1958-1969 by Ingrid Periz; The Fourth Auckland Triennial: Last ride in a hot air balloon by Kate Brettkelly-Chalmers; Last ride in a hot air balloon: The Fourth Auckland Triennial by Anne Kirker; Reviews.