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Singaporean artist Dawn Ng, profiled in the current issue of Art Collector. Photo: Tan Walter.

Art Collector Issue 86:



News & events
News and views on the art world.

Open dialogue
Andrew Frost and Carrie Miller discuss some of the reasons why people collect art.

On the couch
We speak to the curators, directors and gallerists at the coalface of the global stage.

Behind the scenes
How does international success effect an Australian artist’s market back home?

Exhibition preview
Everything you need to know about the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial.

Global Warming
Local artists setting the world stage on fire.

NATSIAA Pick of the Crop
Our wrap on some of the standout works from this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

Collector’s Dossier
Sasha Grishin discusses how Elisabeth Cummings has made her mark on Australian painting forever.

Monsters in Masks
John Hurrell on the eerie photo-collages of John Stezaker.

The Tools of Change
Jane O’Sullivan explores how and why Kawita Vatanajyankur turns her body into a machine.

The Infinite Sky
Lucinda Bennett delves into the bold, visceral paintings of André Hemer

Philip Wolfhagen: In Our Nature
Briony Downes talks to the master of atmosphere: Philip Wolfhagen.

Perfect Strangeness
Dawn Ng’s reflective practice touches a chord in us all, Micheal Do writes.

On the Cover: Paul Yore, 'Happy Are Ye Poor', 2017. Mixed media appliqué; found materials, iron-on printed fabric transfers, wool, beads, sequins buttons, 230 x 207cm. Courtesy: The artist and Neon Parc, Melbourne. Photo: Devon Ackermann.

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