Contributors - Art Collector
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|Contributors to Issue 78, October - December 2016:|
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 Profile.
Nic Brown is an artist and writer. She is also Collections Manager at Flinders University Art Museum & City Gallery and guest lectures on Contemporary Indigenous Art and Museum Theory at Adelaide Central School of Art and Flinders University.
Alison Kubler is a curator and writer with more than 20 years of experience based in Brisbane.
Mark Amery has worked as an art critic, writer, editor and commentator across the arts and mainstream media for many years. He is based in New Zealand.
Naomi Gall is a freelance art writer based in Sydney. She has written for Artlink, Runway, art monthly, incubate, and her own blog The Near & The Elsewhere.
Helen McKenzie is writer based in Sydney.
Tracey Clement is a freelance arts writer and artist based in Sydney.
Camilla Wagstaff is a journalist and writer based in Sydney. She is former editor of Art Collector.
Maja Baska is a freelance photographer based in Sydney.
Emily Cones-Browne is an arts writer residing in New York.
Dr Peter Hill is an artist, writer and independent curator.
Carrie Miller is a freelance writer based in Wollongong.
Dr Andrew Frost is an art critic, broadcaster and lecturer.
Timothy Morrell is an independent writer and curator.
Ashley Crawford is a freelance cultural critic based in Melbourne.
Jane Llewellyn is an Adelaide freelance writer.
Jason Chung Tang Yen is a writer and curator based in Tapei.
Professor Sasha Grishin AM, FAHA 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 on art.
Sandra Petrasevic is an arts writer and curator based in Vienna.