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Artist Profile Issue 45

Artist Profile is a leading quarterly journal taking its readers into the studios and minds of contemporary artists across Australasia and beyond. Industry professionals engage leading practitioners and emerging talent in conversations about their art, in their own words, while our exclusive photo shoots provide intimate access into artists’ personal and working lives. Readers gain knowledge of artists’ methods, preview works in progress and discover the life experiences that ignite artistic imaginations.

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Artist Profile Pty Ltd
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2019

KARLA MARCHESI16 JAN TO 10 FEBMIRANDA SKOCZEK13 FEB TO 3 MARGUY WARREN: CURATED BY SUZANNE ARCHER6 TO 24 MARALUN LEACH-JONES: LATER PAINTINGS 1998 - 201027 MAR TO 7 APRDAN KYLE10 TO 28 APRPHILJAMES1 TO 19 MAYHEIDI YARDLEY22 MAY TO 9 JUNKEVIN CONNOR12 TO 30 JUNANTONIA SELLBACH3 TO 21 JULRHYS LEE24 JUL TO 11 AUGMILES HALL14 AUG TO 1 SEPTKYLIE BANYARD4 TO 22 SEPTSUZANNE ARCHERSYDNEY CONTEMPORARYWENDY STAVRIANOS25 SEPT TO 13 OCTBRAD RUSBRIDGE16 OCT TO 3 NOVJOHN BOKOR6 TO 24 NOVLEITH MAGUIRE27 NOV TO 15 DEC ■…

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contributors

THE ARTIST PROFILE TEAMPUBLISHERJohn Feitelsonjfeitelson@artistprofile.com.auEDITORKon Gouriotiskgouriotis@artistprofile.com.auART DIRECTORKim Gregorykgregory@artistprofile.com.auDEPUTY EDITORElli Walshewalsh@artistprofile.com.auPRINCIPAL WRITERJohn McDonaldjmcdonald@artistprofile.com.auINTERNATIONAL ARTS WRITERLucy Strangerlstranger@artistprofile.com.auSUB-EDITORJamie McIlwraithartistprofile@artistprofile.com.auNATIONAL ADVERTISING MANAGERJill Trocheijtrochei@artistprofile.com.auCONTRIBUTORSBRIDGET MACLEOD is an arts writer and curator based on the South Coast of NSWLOUISE MARTIN-CHEW is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland; louisemartinchew.comDR ASHLEY CRAWFORD is a Melbourne-based arts journalist; cargocollective.com/ashleycrawfordNUR SHKEMBI is a Melbourne-based curator, writer and PhD scholar; nurshkembi.comKIM GUTHRIE is a photographer based on the Sunshine Coast, Qld; kimguthrieaustralia.comELLINOR PELZ is a Melbourne-based artist and writerDR JUDITH PUGH is an arts and cultural writer based in regional NSWKEVIN WILSON is a Brisbane-based writer and QUT Art Museum curatorWILL STUBBS is a Coordinator at the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, NTH. R. HYATT-JOHNSTON is an artist and writer based in SydneyANNA JOHNSON is a Sydney-based arts and…

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editor’s note

01 Joe Furlonger, 2018, photograph Stephen OxenburyISSUE 45 OF ARTIST PROFILE HAS reminded me of the value of independence, of the magazine and of its writers. The diversity of approaches and ideas, not only of the artists interviewed and reviewed, but of our contributors, makes me acutely aware that it is difference that binds us. Each article, independent and unpredictable, reflects the importance of original authorship.The work of the editor is to establish a framework of commissioned stories, then delight in unexpected results. In this issue the value of cultural independence can be seen; articles about the effects of oppression reminds me that independence of mind is crucial to produce imaginative work.The question of originality is considered from a different angle by John McDonald in his essay, ‘Indigenous Art: Where…

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indigenous art: where are we going?

What Indigenous art needs most is a ma jor exhibition in a world art capital, says John McDonald. The self confidence and spirit of innovation among Aboriginal artists is cultivating outstanding work, and gaining international recognition is simple justice.‘ABORIGINAL ARTISTS SAY THAT IT IS DIFFICULT TO find any Aboriginal art that is devoid of spiritual meaning. Art is their culture, their work, their worship, their history. A painting is a chronicle of their country, a map of myths, a memoir of the great spirit ancestors of the Dreamtime. And their paintings are inextricably woven with their love of the land; they are “dancing, singing and painting for the land”.’Who is it, you’re wondering, saying such respectful and sympathetic things about Aboriginal art? Is it one of our anthropologists or art…

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rhys lee

02 Untitled, 2009, bronze with silver patina, 31 x 15 x 18 cmRhys Lee doesn’t really like doing interviews. He approaches them with the reticence of someone who has been burnt before and now spends his days avoiding the flames of interlocution. Yet the artist, who typically chooses to let his art speak for itself, still took the time to sit down with Artist Profile.03 Good Boy #19, 2018, pastel on paper, 76 x 56 cm04 A Knife Through a Hand Through a Table, 2017, oil on canvas, 198 cm X 147 cm05 Ship Wreck, 2009, oil on linen, 84 x 72 cmFor me, the more I think about the work, the more problems I run into. I prefer to let the thing direct me.HOW DO YOUR PAINTINGS BEGIN THEIR…

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hoda afshar

02 Hoda Afshar, 2018Hoda Afshar is a Melbourne-based artist and scholar whose photographic practice straddles the line between staged image and reality. Born in Iran, Afshar, who won the 2015 National Portrait Prize and the 2018 Bowness Photography Prize, explores the image as a means for presenting new narratives. Her latest series, exhibited at Primavera 2018, is based on her extraordinary travels to Manus Island.03 Untitled #4, from the series ‘Behold’, 2016, archival pigment print, ed. 5, 95 x 120 cm; ed. 5, 60 x 75 cmAS A VERY YOUNG ARTIST YOU WERE SELECTED BY THE prestigious World Press Photo as one of the top ten young photographers in Iran in 2006. Can you share the technical and philosophical approaches you began with in your practice and how they have…

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