Robyn Sweaney's quiet Violet obsession.
Karl James reflects on soldier portraiture during the Great War.
Katrina Osborne immerses herself in one of photography’s most fearless chronicles.
Gillian Raymond ponders landscapes as self-portraiture in Michael Taylor’s intimate expressionism.
Pamela Gerrish Nunn explores New Zealand’s premium award for portraiture.
Joanna Gilmour on Tom Durkin playing with Melbourne's manhood.
Joanna Gilmour examines the prolific output of Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de Saint-Mémin, and discovers the risk of taking a portrait at face value.
Peter Jeffrey trips the hound nostalgic.
Penelope Grist speaks to Robert McFarlane about shooting for the stars.
Explore convict art, photography by Ruth Hollick and Collier Schorr, an interview with neurosurgeon Charlie Teo, portraiture on money, and more!
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.
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