Publisher: Memo Review, ISBN: 9780645106053, Format: Paperback, 166 x 230 mm, 200pp
Memo proudly presents its first annual print edition, a sophisticated contemporary art magazine that extends the discourse of our acclaimed online platform into the tangible realm of print. As the publisher of Narrm/ Melbourne’s only independent weekly art criticism since 2017, Memo carries forward its ethos of rigour and originality. This publication brings a new focus on in-depth articles and diverse exhibition reviews from across Australia, paving the way for fresh discourse in contemporary art.
The inaugural edition includes a major artist focus on Archie Moore, the Australian representative at the 2024 Venice Biennale, with insightful texts from esteemed critic Rex Butler alongside Tristen Harwood, Tara Heffernan, and Hilary Thurlow. Perceptive feature articles delve into the work of Isa Genzken, Helen Johnson, Anna Higgins, Dean Kissick, Jas H. Duke, Ian Burn, Lotty Rosenfeld, and more.Readers will discover the voices of a new generation of leading art writers, including Giles Fielke, Chelsea Hop- per, David Homewood, Helen Hughes, Cameron Hurst, Paris Lettau, Lévi McLean, Audrey Schmidt, Sean Tatol, Véronica Tello, Amelia Winata, and Philip Brophy.