Issue 32

Our cover story this month is an exclusive interview with the painter Peter Godwin, written by John McDonald. It was only in his 50s when he held his first solo exhibition of work, a decade on Peter talks with John about the influence behind the evolution of his practice. Photographer Tamara Dean features her epic dreamlike scenes and discusses her constant challenging of her practice and artistic boundaries. We also feature London-based David Noona, Helga Groves, Greg Creek and Dan Kyle.  Timing in with Sydney Contemporary our process section features artists who will be showing at the biennial event this September!



Frida Kahlo by Lucy Stranger


PETER GODWIN by John McDonald, photography by Stephen Oxenbury


DAN KYLE by Owen Craven
GREG CREEK by Camille Nock
TAMARA DEAN by Anna Madeleine
DAVID NOONAN by Katy Preston
BRIAN ROBINSON by Ashleigh Wadman
JANET DAWSON by Christine France
HELGA GROVES by Lucy Stranger


Country & Western: landscape re-imagined, by Gavin Wilson
Celebrating the Portia Geach Memorial on its 50th anniversary, by Claire Dalgleish
Book Reviews
America is hard to see, by Paul Flynn
Process: Maximilian Daniels
Process: Chloe Vallance
Process: Todd Hunter
Process: James Guppy
Preview: Vivienne Ferguson
Preview: Melinda Harper
Preview: Kevin Connor
Preview: GOMA Q
View Australia
Discovery: Amy Clarke