Two years in the making, ‘imagine’, featured 134 works from 81 national and international artists, spanning five centuries of the human imagination, and a 152-page catalogue.
Maya Haviland investigates a new wave of ‘collaborative community art’ as a vehicle of disrupting existing hierarchies and promoting social and cultural agendas.
This publication is a comprehensive and critical overview of the practice of Melbourne artist Tom Nicholson, charting his key projects of the last two decades.
Eugene von Guérard set out to find new landscapes to record in countries as far away as Australia and New Zealand. This book illustrates the artist's journey and his work.
Drawn from the collection of the MAGNT, 'Tjunguṉutja (from having come together)' presents paintings by Aboriginal men of the Papunya Western Desert art movement dated 1971-1972.
'Never standing on two feet', Clare Rae’s first book presents the Melbourne artist’s monochrome photographs created during a 2017 residency on the island of Jersey, near the coast of France.
This monograph documents artist and musician Ross Manning’s first ten-year survey exhibition ‘Dissonant Rhythms’ shown at Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, in 2017.
Inside the cloth-bound covers of this book Melbourne-based photographer Christine McFetridge shares her interpretation of what ‘home’ means.
‘My main and always returning topic for several decades relates to my fascination and concern about our culture in the age of speed and evolving technology.’ – John Howley
Mark Titmarsh explores the relevance of painting in contemporary art practice amid new age media such as performance, photography, sculpture, installation and digital technology.
Richard Blackwell explores material, concept and design, finding commonalities across technologies and architectures in built environments through a network of objects and geometric forms.
The interdisciplinary practice of Sydney-based, UK-born artist Elizabeth Day centres on issues of mental health, migration, feminism, ecology, social justice and Australian colonial history.