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Natasha Bieniek, Wendy Whiteley, 2016. Oil on wood, 13.5 x 18.5cm. Courtesy: the artist and THIS IS NO FANTASY + Dianne Tanzer, Melbourne.

Art Collector Issue 78

What now?
Presenting the recent work of Ben Quilty, Lyndal Hargrave, Emily Ferretti, and Sue Lovegrove.

What next?
Introducing the work of Sara Maher, Belem Lett and Amy Joy Watson.

Global
Our writers and critics round up some of the highlights from this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

NATSIAA pick of the crop
Our writers and critics round up some of the highlights from this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

Isaac Julien: Capturing the sublime
Tracey Clement on Isaac Julien’s ability to crystallise the sublime.

Natasha Bieniek: Natural magnetism
Jo Higgins takes a closer look at Bieniek’s highly detailed miniature oil paintings.

Louise Paramor: Toying with the rules
Louise Paramor manages to transform everyday plastic detritus into aesthetically surprising assemblages. Jo Higgins writes.

Koji Ryui: Alchemist of the everyday
Professor Rex Butler explains how artist Koji Ryui flouts the rules of the sculpture and installation with ethereal results.

Nola Campbell: Mapping a different time
Timothy Morrell explores how Nola Campbell’s energetic paintings trace travel routes and memories from another time.

Cultural Capital
A regular section about that ever-illusive form of capital, and how you can get it.

Collecting in my city
The hottest places to collect art internationally: Manila, Tapei and Vienna.

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