Issue 70 - Art Collector

October - December 2014
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Pick of the crop
Our writers and critics present their top picks from this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

Azadeh Akhlaghi: An eye witness in Iran
Rex Butler introduces the extraordinary photographic work of Irani-Australian artist Azadeh Akhlaghi.

Arlo Mountford: A path less travelled
Amita Kirpalani talks to Arlo Mountford about his latest foray into the world of digital animation.

Alex Seton: This is what it looks like
Sculptor Alex Seton discusses his latest response to the Australian asylum seeker issue.

Lisa Uhl: The roots run deep
Painter Lisa Uhl talks about her love of painting the trees of her family’s stories.

Peter Daverington: The bewildering spectacle
Peter Daverington talks to Phip Murray about the diversity of pictorial language in this painter’s art.

Collector’s dossier
John Pule: Time will tell
Nicholas Thomas looks back at painter John Pule’s career, revealing the artist’s diverse responses to his people’s troubled history.


Dealer: Kicking goals
Sydney gallerist James Erskine talks to Helen McKenzie about the similarities between managing sports stars and art stars.

Critic’s choice
Andrew Frost presents the work of five artists who deal in ideas of the altered state.

Art centre: Durrmu Arts
A postcard from Northern Territory-based art centre Durrmu Arts.

Collector: The best contenders
Sydney-based collectors Max and Gabby Germanos talk about the importance of supporting mid-career artists.

Also in this issue...

What Next?
Introducing the work of Koji Ryui, Abdul Abdullah, Tricky Walsh and Noël Skrzypczak.

What Now?
Presenting new work by Rick Amor, Marion Borgelt and Paul Davies.

On the couch
Roslyn Oxley and her new associate director Cassandra Bird sit down with Helen McKenzie to talk about the joys and challenges of running a successful commercial gallery.