Contributors - Art Collector

Art Collector's contributors include the region's leading critics, art writers and reporters.

If you have a story idea or would like to enquire about becoming a contributor, please contact the editor:

Camilla Wagstaff
Direct: 02 9363 4324
 Andrew Stooke is an artist and writer based in Shanghai and London. Much of his recent work has been in the form of collaborative performance.

Lucinda Bennett is a writer and curator based in Aotearoa. She is the 2017 curatorial intern at Dunedin Public Art Gallery, prior to which she was a curator at The University of Auckland’s Window project space.

Joanna Mendelssohn is an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales and has written extensively on Australian art. Her forthcoming book (written with Catherine De Lorenzo, Alison Inglis and Catherine Speck) Australian Art Exhibitions: Opening our eyes, will be published this year by Thames & Hudson.

Jane O’Sullivan is a freelance art writer and journalist based in Sydney. She has written for publications including the Australian Financial Review, Artnet, Art Guide, Ocula and Artist Pro le. She is a former editor of Art Collector.

Alison Kubler is a curator and writer with more than 20 years experience based in Brisbane.

Helen McKenzie is a freelance writer and art adviser. She also conducts international art tours for Art Collector magazine.

Tracey Clement is an arts writer and artist based in Sydney.

Carrie Miller is a freelance writer based in Wollongong.

Dr Andrew Frost is an art critic, broadcaster and lecturer.

Jo Higgins is an arts writer and consultant.

Dr Ashley Crawford is a cultural critic and arts journalist based in Melbourne. He is the author of a number of books on Australian art, including Transformations: The Work of Sonia Payes and Spray, The Work of Howard Arkley.

Louise Martin-Chew is a freelance arts writer.
Jane O’Neill is a freelance curator based in Melbourne.

Briony Downes is an arts writer living in Hobart.

Sia Duff is a freelance photographer from Adelaide, South Australia. Her work has appeared in i-D and Broadsheet, The Saturday Paper, among others.

The Easter Bilby is an Australian appropriation of The Easter Bunny, a folkloric gure and symbol of Easter. Like “Australia” it is simply an idea used to promote capitalist interests.

Andrew Purvis is a curator, artist and writer based in Adelaide. He is the curator at Adelaide Central Gallery.

Damien O’Mara is an artist and photographer based in Brisbane.

Paris Lettau is an arts writer based in Melbourne. He is currently a sessional tutor in art history at the University of Melbourne.

Coen Young is a Sydney-based artist.

Zan Wimberley is a freelance photographer specialising in the arts across portraiture, performance, artwork and install documentation.

Andrew Nicholls is an artist, writer and curator based in Western Australia.

Alex Lovell-Smith is a freelance photographer based in Dunedin, New Zealand. His practice focuses on editorial and portrait images across the arts and creative advertising sectors.

Professor Sasha Grishin is an emeritus of the school of literature, languages and linguistics at the Australian National University. He has published 17 books and more than 1,000 articles.

Amelia Winata is a writer and curator based in Melbourne.

Tai Mitsuji is a writer and curator, who holds a masters in art history from the University of Oxford. He has previously written for a variety of domestic and international publications, including Art and Australia, Art Monthly Australasia, Art Guide Australia and The Sydney Morning Herald.