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Artlink is a quarterly themed magazine covering contemporary art and ideas from Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
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Artlink Magazine Jul 10
On "The Field" and "The Field Revisted" . The definitive review by Rex Butler based on a lecture held at West Space, Melbourne.
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Artlink Magazine Jul 10
James Newitt: Delay, our by Sean Kelly of this extraordinary exhibition and film work "I Go Further Under" in its last week at Contemporary Art Tasmania:
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Artlink Magazine Jul 10
Our selection for profiiing Indigenous women as activists, providers, champions of revisionist histories and GREAT ARTISTS
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Artlink Magazine Jun 10
Congratulations Christian awarded an AO in the 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours. Our profile from the 2017 Indigenous edn, Trans Cultural:
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Artlink Magazine Jun 10
From the archive: Contributor to our current issue Charmaine Papertalk Green, activist in poetry, prose and visual media, wrote this piece for Artlink 33:4, Mining Gouging the Country
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Artlink Magazine Jun 10
From the archive: Contributor to our current issue Ali Gumillya Baker and company from the Unbound Collective
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Artlink Magazine Jun 8
More on "Colony: Bridging the Divide" in the essay by Myles Russell Cook, Curator, Indigenous Art . Issue details and sample articles here:
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Artlink Magazine Jun 8
On your way to see the Americans . Don't forget the cultural shifts back home, the focus of Colony, an exhibition in two parts: "Australia 1788-1861" and "Frontier Wars". Our review by Ian McLean:
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Artlink Magazine Jun 8
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Artlink Magazine Jun 7
"Walking in deadly blak women's footprints," on curating Sovereignty and Unfinished Business , by in our latest issue Kanarn Wangkiny/Wanggandi Karlto (Speaking from inside), eds Clo Bullen and James Tylor:
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Artlink Magazine Jun 7
"Camping in the shadow of the racist text," feature essay by Ali Gumillya Baker from our latest issue, Kanarn Wangkiny/Wanggandi Karlto (Speaking from inside", guest-edited by Clothilde Bullen and James Tylor:
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Artlink Magazine Jun 3
Kanarn Wangkiny/Wanggandi Karlto (Speaking from Inside), Artlink Indigenous (38:2). Editorial by Clothilde Bullen with James Tylor on key strategies for (Image courtesy Sharyn Egan Waabiny):
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Artlink Magazine Jun 3
Our much-anticipated annual Indigenous issue (38:2) commissioned by Clothilde Bullen and James Tylor, with a detail from sovereignGODDESSnotdomestic by Ali Gumillya Baker gracing the cover. Further details at
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Artlink Magazine Apr 19
More of our latest reviews and call-outs for issues here in our monthly online newsletter
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Artlink Magazine Apr 19
The Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House of in our review of a Philippine-Australian exchange project :
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Artlink Magazine Apr 19
Our review by Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez @maniabiennale that took place in the old city of Intramuros:
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Artlink Magazine Apr 19
Our review by Djon Mundine of Archie Moore: 1970–2018 at the Griffith University Art Museum, Brisbane, takes us through the doors of the artist’s mind
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Artlink Magazine Apr 13
Our review by Wendy Walker of the 2018 Adelaide Biennial: Divided Worlds on exhibition at the @JamFactoryAU and Adelaide Botanic Gardens. :
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Artlink Magazine Apr 13
“TERROR NULLIUS is a euphoric 55-minute long drunken dance with a raised middle finger and I can’t think of anything more Australian than that.” Alexandra Heller-Nicholas () on this scene-stealing epic by Soda_Jerk, currently screening .
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Artlink Magazine Mar 30
Now showing to 28 April at Bega Valley Regional Gallery , this great touring exhibition of screen-based art by women, MOVING HISTORIES//FUTURE PROJECTIONS. Our review here:
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