Issue 69 - Art Collector
|July - September 2014|
|We present the work of established artists you will be surprised to know are available for less than $5,000|
|David Serisier: Absolute objectivity|
Tracey Clement discusses the semi-scientific method of painter David Serisier.
Todd McMillan: The wanderer
Carrie Miller profiles endurance artist Todd McMillan.
Kate Tucker: Shifting ground
Phip Murray discovers Kate Tucker’s work is more complicated than it first appears.
James Cousins: The structure of existence
Louise Martin-Chew examines the structure of James Cousins’s paintings.
James R Ford: Work, rest & play
Martin Patrick examines ideas of play and work in James R Ford’s practice.
Melissa Coote: Heart in hand
Chloé Wolifson takes a look at Melissa Coote’s new sculpture work.
Stieg Persson: The tastemaker
Stieg Persson talks to Alison Kubler about taste and culture..
|Also in this issue...|
|Leigh Robb presents the work of five artists dealing in ideas of psychological and physical space, Stella Rosa McDonald meets young collectors James Roland and Becky Sparks, and Helen McKenzie talks to long-time dealer Diane Mossenson.|