Christopher Chapman delights in the intimacy of Robert Mapplethorpe's photography
Olivier Krischer in conversation with photographer Wei Leng Tay.
Christopher Chapman looks at influences and insight in the formative years of Arthur Boyd.
Penelope Grist reminisces about the halcyon days of a print icon, before the infusion of the internet’s shades of grey.
Michael Wardell’s personal insight into Jacques van der Merwe’s New Arrivals.
Angus Trumble treats the gallery’s collection with a dab hand.
Sarah Engledow bristles at the biographers’ neglect of Kitchener’s antipodean intervention.
Fiona McMonagle considers her reasons for painting portraits.
Stella Ramage on Father McHardy’s Bougainville portraiture.
Andrew Mayo talks to three of Australia’s most prominent and prolific music photographers — Martin Philbey, Kane Hibberd and Daniel Boud — about the challenges and inspiration behind their craft.
Bob Ellis (1942–2016) was a journalist, columnist, screenwriter, film director, playwright, speechwriter and critic.
Traudi Allen discovers sensitivity, humour and fine draughtsmanship in the portraiture of John Perceval.
Explore an Indian treasure trove, photography by Robert McFarlane and Nan Goldin, Michael Taylor's expressionist paintings, the Great War portraits, and more!
Experience the art of rock music; attend to the neglected aspects of Lord Kitchener's work; and say farewell to the inimitable Bob Ellis.
This issue feature articles on the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2016, Augustus Earle, Larry Clark, Jude Rae, Oodgeroo Noonuccal and more.
This issue feature articles on Andrew Sayers, Gordon Darling, our summer exhibition Sideshow Alley and more.
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