Issue 22

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Ben Quilty paints like there’s no tomorrow. In an exclusive profile for the cover feature of Issue 22, we speak with Quilty about his studio and creative life after his Afghanistan tour as Australia’s official war artist. In a revealing and intimate interview, Quilty talks of his motivations and ambitions as a painter and for the Australian cultural landscape. Also in the issue, Andrew Browne talks to us about his cinematic-like paintings that portray the sometimes invisible edges of society; and Destiny Deacon whose photographic work speaks strongly for contemporary indigenous concerns. Plus many more artist studio visits, essays, opinions and reviews from around the country…


Ben Quilty
Destiny Deacon
Andrew Browne

Also Inside

Rochelle Haley
Mitch Cairns
Helen Pynor
Dave Teer
Kiki Smith
Christopher Hodges

Plus Essays, Reviews, News

South by No North :: by Glenn Barkley
Art & Social Media :: by Paul Flynn
Out & About in India :: by Owen Craven

Xin Junquin & Ian Howard
Anne Ross
Stuart Watters
Eric Lobbecke
Rebecca Hastings

Friends with You :: Mclemoi Gallery
Indicate :: Gippsland Regional Art Gallery
Speculative Spaces :: Robin Gibson Gallery

Phil James :: Discovery

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