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Arie Hellendoorn, Morphism, 2017. Acrylic on Linen, 120 x 80cm. Courtesy of the artist and {Suite}, Wellington

Art Collector Issue 80

This April, Art Collector celebrates 20 years in print and highlights the undiscovered artists currently making waves.

Dossier: Delicacy and Light: Bill Culbert
Ingrid Periz on the life and art of Bill Culbert.

The Camouflage of Art: Jemima Wyman
Rex Butler explores how the artist brings the contemporary backdrop of protest to the fore in her visual practice.

Blurred Lines: Brendan Huntley
Paris Lettau on how this artist moves seamlessly between music and visual art, drawing and sculpture and tradition and rebellion.

Fingerprints in the paint: Nonggirrnga Marawili
The artwork of Nonggirrnga Marawili can at once ground viewers in the present and speak to another time, Hayley Megan French writes.

Controlled Psychedelia: Arie Hellendoorn
Alison Kubler steps inside the artist's painterly constellations of shapes, colours, textures and patterns.

Our critics look at the artists that remain unrepresented but are making waves.

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