Comprehensive publication to accompany the exhibition Painting. More Painting, at ACCA, 30 July–28 August 2016
and 2–25 September 2016. Featuring essays by Hannah Mathews, Quentin Sprague, Justin Paton and Jan Bryant; short, biographical texts on the seventy-nine participating artists; and documentation of all works in the exhibition printed in full colour, the catalogue offers analysis and insight into the depth and breadth of contemporary Australian painting.
Curated by Max Delany, Annika Kristensen and Hannah Mathews, Painting. More Painting was presented at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne in two chapters: 30 July–28 August and 2–25 September 2016. Each chapter was structured around a series of solo presentations (including Abdul Abdullah, Vivienne Binns, Ry David Bradley, Stephen Bram, Helen Johnson, Lisa Radford, Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Teresa Baker, Angela Brennan, Mitch Cairns, Diena Georgetti, Matthys Gerber, David Jolly, Karl Wiebke) alongside an expansive panoramic group exhibition set within a dynamic mural-scaled wall painting by Sam Songailo. The solo presentations offer a focused consideration of the practices of fourteen Australian artists – seven in each chapter – demonstrating a range of distinctive positions. Alongside, and extending out from, these solo presentations, the panoramic group exhibition in ACCA’s main gallery – arranged alphabetically – presents the work of early, mid and senior-career artists whose work is conceived within the canon of painting and the medium-specificity of painterly discourse.
Reflecting the resurgent activity and critical agency of painting over the past decade, the exhibition Painting. More Painting provides an overview of contemporary Australian painting in a context in which diverse conceptual, polemic and stylistic connections and debates can be drawn between individual approaches across generations.
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Discipline No. 3
Discipline is a Melbourne-based journal of contemporary art. It has a focus on artist pages by, and longer, research-based essays on Australian artists.
No. 3 (Winter 2013)
Edited by Nicholas Croggon and Helen Hughes and guest edited section by Raimundas Malasauskas.
Features essays by Adrian Martin on film, art and the support-surface; Anusha Kenny on Anastasia Klose; David Homewood on Dale Hickey’s cups; David Wlazlo on Ian Burn; Helen Johnson on Hany Armanious’s new sculpture for the MCA; Huw Hallam on Nikos Papasteriadis’s book Culture and Cosmopolitanism (2012); Jan Bryant on TJ Clark and the contemporary; Justin Clemens on contemporary art-as-minimal domination; Lauren Bliss on A Constructed World and Speech and What Archive; Lisa Radford on Geoff Newton; Maggie Finch on Simryn Gill; interview with Mattin by Joel Stern and Andrew McLellan; Quentin Sprague on Nyapanyapa Yunupingu’s Light Painting; Rex Butler on John Nixon: A Communist Artist; Terry Smith in response to Nikos Papastergiadis’s review of his two books What is Contemporary Art? (2009) and Contemporary Art: World Currents (2011), published in Discipline 2 (2012); and the third and final instalment of ST Lore’s serialised novel.
It also includes artist pages by: Alex Vivian, Alicia Frankovich, Brook Andrew, Claire Lambe, Dan Arps, Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano, Harriet Morgan, Justin Andrews, Kate Smith, Lauren Berkowitz, The Mulka Project, Narelle Jubelin and Jacky Redgate, Nathan Gray, Nick Selenitsch, Patrick Pound, Rob McLeish, and Zoe Croggon.
And a guest-edited supplement by Raimundas Malasauskas, curator of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Designed by Annie Wu and Ziga Testen.
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