Broadsheet 43.2

43_2_Cover Editor        Alan Cruickshank
Assistant Editor     Wendy Walker
Advertising Manager   Sarita Chadwick
Publisher        Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Inc.
Design        Alan Cruickshank, Nasim Nasr
ISSN: Cover: Daniel Boyd, Untitled, 2014; oil, charcoal and archival glue on canvas 81.5 x 71 cm.,
from The TarraWarra Biennial 2014: Whisper in My Mask, TarraWarra Museum of Art, Melbourne
16 August–16 November, 2014 Photo courtesy the artist and STATION, Melbourne
Photography by Mick Richards Photography, 2014.


Index

Alex Gawronski | The politics of withdrawal—Neither here nor there: biennales and global culture

Ahmet Öğüt & Zany Begg | A question of ethics—The Biennale of Sydney and artists’ protest

Fulya Erdemci & Alan Cruickshank | Art does not come from a clean white room—Biennales, corporate sponsorship and dirty money

Adam Geczy | Be careful what you wish for—The Biennale of Sydney

Pedro de Almeida | Imagination and desire—The Biennale of Sydney

Guy Mannes-Abbott | To boycott or who to boycott: from the Guggenheim Adu Fhabi, Sydney and Istanbul Biennials, to boots and Brecht

Natalie King, Djon Mundine & Alan Cruickshank | Whisper in my Mask—An interview with the curators of The TarraWarra Biennial

Andrew Mackenzie | NGV Now—Melbourne Now

Rebecca Coates | Melbourne then, Melbourne now, and Melbourne’s future—Melbourne Now

Wes Hill | The outmoded in contemporary digital culture—On Claire Bishop’s ‘Digital Divide’

Pedro de Almeida | #no filter—On the (digital) photography of Michael Cook and Joseph McGlennon

Chris Reid | The art of making—Evaluating the art of Johnnie Dady

Kon Gouriotis | Khaled Sabsabi and the infinite—Khaled Sabsabi’s 70,000 Veils

Alan Cruickshank | Two and a half—Intolerance and freedom of speech

 


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