Vol 44 No 4 Winter 2007
Lily Brett is an Australian author living in New York. Her books of essays, In Full View
, New York
and Between Mexico and Poland
, were critical successes, and her novel Too Many Men
was a bestseller in Australia, Germany and the United States
Rex Butler teaches in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History
at the University of Queensland, Brisbane. He is currently writing a book on Colin McCahon with Laurence Simmons entitled Practical Religion: On the Afterlife of Colin McCahon.
Louis Nowra is a playwright, novelist and screenwriter. His latest book is Chihuahuas, Women and Me
(2005), a collection of essays.
Juliana Engberg is Artistic Director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. She was visual arts curator for the Melbourne International Arts Festival from 2000 to 2005, and more recently, senior curatorial adviser for the Australian presentations at the 2007 Venice Biennale.
Rachel Spence is a freelance journalist living in Venice. She writes on art for the Financial Times
, the Jewish Quarterly
Rachel Kent is Rachel Kent is the Senior Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Daniel Baumann lives in Basel and is an art historian, freelance curator and writer for Pacemaker
, and Spike Art Quarterly
, among others. He is Director of the Adolf Wölfli-Foundation, Museum of Fine Arts in Bern, curator of Nordtangente-Kunsttangente, a project for art in public spaces in Basel, and the founder of an ongoing exhibition series in Tbilisi, Georgia
Anthony Gardner is a writer, lecturer and editor based in London. Recent publications include essays in Third Text, Reading Room and the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art. He is currently writing a book on installation art in Europe since the 1970s.
Judith Ryan is Senior Curator of Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. She has published extensively, including Mythscapes: Aboriginal Art of the Desert
(1989), Images of Power: Aboriginal Art of the Kimberley
(1993), Ginger Riley
(1997) and Colour Power: Aboriginal Art Post 1984
Ann Stephen is an art historian and curator at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Her latest books are On Looking at Looking: the Art and Politics of Ian Burn
(2006) and Modernism and Australia: Documents on Art, Design and Architecture 1917-1967
Barrry Schwabsky is an American art critic and poet living in London. His books include The Widening Circle: Consequences of Modernism in Contemporary Art (1997) and Vitamin P: New Perspectives in Painting (2002).
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