Issue 33

In This Issue

In Issue 33 we discover how Joanna Braithwaite juggles humour, politics and her passion for animals in her paintings. David Griggs spoke candidly about his struggle with depression.  We follow George Gittoes visit to Julian Assange, his establishment of the Yellow House in Jalalabad: all before he received The Sydney Peace Prize. Drawing you into the Archive, Judith Pugh writes an insightful essay about Clifton Pugh’s practice. Timing in with the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, we give you the break down one one of this year’s most exciting events.

ISSUE

Residencies and Reality by Kon Gouriotis

COVER FEATURE

JOANNA BRAITHWAITE by Owen Craven, photography by Tony Lopes

PROFILES

MONICA ROHAN by Lucy Stranger
NUSRA LATIF QURESHI by Elizabeth Gertsarkis
SALVATORE ZOFREA by Steve Lopes
DAVID GRIGGS by Kon Gouriotis
PIPPIN DRYSDALE by Maggie Baxter
KHALED SABSABI by Kon Gouriotis
GEORGE GITTOES DIARIES by Steve Lopes
BROOK ANDREW by Grazia Gunn

PREVIEW

8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, by Chloe Mandryk
ARCHIVE, Clifton Pugh: Beyond the Tonal Method, by Judith Pugh
Book Reviews
Roger Crawford, by Joe Frost
Process: Dapeng Liu
Process: Vicki White
Process: Todd Hunter
Preview: Alex Gawronski
Preview: Melinda Schawel
Preview: Kevin Connor
View Australia
Discovery: Alison Mackay