Critical or congratulatory?

Grayson, Richard, McGovern, Eva, Green, Charles, Geczy, Adam, Lynn, Victoria, North, Ian, Millner, Jacqueline, Douglas, Amelia and French, Blair (2010) Critical or congratulatory?. Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet, 39 1: 18-22.

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Author Grayson, Richard
McGovern, Eva
Green, Charles
Geczy, Adam
Lynn, Victoria
North, Ian
Millner, Jacqueline
Douglas, Amelia
French, Blair
Title Critical or congratulatory?
Journal name Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet
ISSN 0819-677X
Publication date 2010-03
Sub-type Discussion - responses, round table/panel discussions, Q&A, reply
Open Access Status
Volume 39
Issue 1
Start page 18
End page 22
Place of publication Parkside, SA, Australia
Publisher Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
Formatted abstract
There has been some discussion recently that art magazines in Australia are failing art and artists, that in their perceived political and cultural ruminations they are defaulting upon the producer and the product. Inherent in this commentary is the perception that Australia’s international profile is suffering from a lack of a “world class” magazine, something like Artforum or Frieze, one that might position Australian contemporary art in a more “positive light” in the Northern Hemisphere- controlled international art domain. This debate further proposed that the current stable of Australian art magazines is either parochial or dated, lacking “exciting debate” about art and artists. Notwithstanding the facts that Australia geographically is sited far from the mass marketplace of the Northern Hemisphere and productions like Artforum or Frieze are impossible to maintain for any length of time due to our small market size, Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet magazine is interested therefore in considering what might be the ‘ideal’ Australian visual art and culture magazine, and for whom...
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