Art in Time: a new book from Phaidon

Phaidon’s upcoming release, Art in Time, represents artists and their work in relation to the times that inspired them—around the world and across the centuries. Not an easy task by any means. 

The book begins with the most recent artistic developments of the 21st century and works backwards in time through some of art’s most interesting periods. It orientates these alongside historical events, providing social and political contexts for each movement.

You can find out more about the book and preorder now over here.

Catherine Evans: Standing Stone

We're excited to be featuring an interview with artist Catherine Evans in our upcoming issue of The Meander.

There are still a few days left to catch her current exhibition in Melbourne:

Standing Stone
Until 17 May
BLINDSIDE, Level 7, Room 14, Nicholas Building, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne
Open Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm

"Using a biro and ruler, moles and freckles were connected with diagrammatic lines, just as planets, stars and dark nebula are drawn to one another in astronomical illustrations. In the exhibition, this exact configuration of blemishes is re-presented using volcanic rocks in a sculptural installation." 

– excerpt from the exhibition text by Laura Skerlj

Dissect Journal issue #01 launch

This Sunday (27/04/14) is the Brisbane Launch of Dissect Journal, a contemporary art publication based in Melbourne. The first issue focuses on the way contemporary art can interact with the urban landscape and the concept of public space.

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"Dissect Journal presents feature-length essays, shorter reviews and artist pages from both emerging and established contributors. Through this variety of material, we seek to reflect the manifold interconnections between contemporary art and the world."

Join us for the launch at Künstler in Winn Lane, Fortitude Valley.

Details:
Künstler Magazines and Books
5M Winn Lane
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Sunday 27 April
4pm – 7pm

http://www.kunstler.com.au/
http://dissectjournal.com/

Image: John Divola, Vandalism series, 1973–75
Reproduced courtesy of the artist

Hannah Bertram: solo show

If you're in Melbourne this week, you can pop in and see Hannah Bertram's solo exhibition of new works. 

Hannah Bertram: Emerging From and Disappearing Towards Dust
Wednesday 2 – Friday 4 April 2014
VCA School of Art Student Gallery
Opening night drinks on Thursday 3 April afterwards at La Chinesca

Hannah creates delicate, complex artworks using dust, ash and detritus. We chatted to her last year for issue 06 of The Meander.

Read our interview with Hannah Bertram

Source: http://www.hannahbertram.com/

This is the Same Ocean issue 4

The fourth issue of the Melbourne/Berlin based risograph photography journal, This is the Same Ocean, has been released this month. The journal continues to experiment with print and production techniques and will definitely be a pleasure to look through.

The issue features work from David Boyson Cooper (Glasgow, Scotland), Lasse Dearman (Copenhagen, Denmark), Marijn Degenaar (Berlin, Germany / Gouda, The Netherlands), Jasmine Deporta (Bolzano, Italy), Victoria Mak (St Petersburg, Russia), Jessica Prescott (Berlin, Germany / Napier, New Zealand), Joe Skilton (London, UK), Katarina Šoškić (Vienna, Austria / Belgrade, Serbia), Ana Tabatadze (Berlin, Germany / Tbilisi, Georgia) and curator-publisher Samuel J Davison (Berlin, Germany / Melbourne, Australia).

The launch is at Studio \ - (Emser Straße 12, Berlin, 12051) on March 13th from 7pm.

If you aren’t in Berlin don’t fear, you can purchase your copy online in the coming weeks.

www.thisisthesameocean.com

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Source: http://www.thisisthesameocean.com/

Johanna Tagada / Sunroom Press giveaway

In Issue 06 we featured an interview with French artist Johanna Tagada, as well as photographs from the workspace of Sunroom Press.

Johanna (in Berlin) recently collaborated with Liam Scanlan of Sunroom Press (‘a very tiny publishing studio’ in Tasmania) on a lovely artist’s book called ‘Petit Studio, a Studio Portrait’.

We are really pleased to give you the chance to win a copy of ‘Petit Studio, a Studio Portrait’ and a copy of another of Johanna's zines, ‘Colletion #2’.

Head over to our Facebook page to enter.

 

Petit Studio, a Studio Portrait

‘Petit Studio, a Studio Portrait’ explores the functions of an artist's creative space and the importance of it. Divided into four chapters, it includes an essay as well as 30 of Johanna’s photographs.

A5

52 pages

Color cover and end pages
Copper saddle-stitch

50g white paper 

50g colour paper for the cover

Edition of 50

Signed by Johanna Tagada

 

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Colletion #2

'Colletion #2' is a little zine introducing a collection of 24 images and works by Johanna Tagada. It's a small edition of 50 hand-numbered copies. Each one is signed by the artist and includes an original painted page as well as an A5 poster. Printed by a local company in Berlin, and assembled by Johanna Tagada in her studio.

A6 

38 pages 

Staple bound 

120g white paper 

160g glossy for the cover

Digital colour print 

One original painting

Hand-numbered and signed by Johanna Tagada

A5 160g poster

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Source: http://www.bonjourjohanna.com/