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ANZJA: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art

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The AAANZ publishes the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art (ANZJA). The ANZJA is Australasia’s principal refereed art history journal. The journal is dedicated to research in art history, art practice, art theory, and exhibition and museum studies. 2014 ushered in a new era for the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art. The journal is now published with Taylor and Francis, a division of Informa. It is published in hard copy and online via the ANZJA site on Taylor and Francis.

The editorial committee is hosted by Power Professor Mark Ledbury, Power Institute, The University of Sydney

Editorial Committee 

Dr Keith Broadfoot, Power Institute, University of Sydney

Dr Jacqueline Millner, Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney

Professor Mark Ledbury, Power Institute, University of Sydney

Dr Georgina Cole, National Art School

Dr Donna West Brett, University of Sydney  (Reviews Editor)

Contact the journal – journal@aaanz.info

ANZJA on Taylor and Francis website

ANZJA | Current Issue

ANZJA Vol 16 Issue 1 2016 | Open Issue

The latest ANZJA is an open edition edited by Dr Keith Broadfoot and Dr Donna West Brett. Members can access the full journal here.

Contents

Inversions, Conversions, Aberrations: Visual Acuity and the Erratic Chemistry of Art-Historical Transmission in a Transcultural Situation

Andrew McNamara

 

The Post-Occupational Condition

Tara McDowell

Women’s Business: Cross-cultural Collaborations in Remote Indigenous Art Centres

Una Rey

Equivocal Taxonomies: Fiona Hall and the Logic of Display

Jaime Tsai

Reaction to the First World War: Max Liebermann and the Kriegszeit Lithographs

Deborah Ascher Barnstone

Contemporary American Painting from the James A. Michener Collection

Ian Cooke

 

Reviews

Contemporary Chinese Art, A History 1970s–2000s, by Wu Hung

John Clark (Professor Emeritus)

A Tribute to Janice Van Horne’s Legacy: Including a review of her memoir, A Complicated Marriage: My Life with Clement Greenberg

Sheila Christofides

Double War: Shaun Gladwell: Visual Culture and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, by Kit Messham-Muir

Andrew Yip

Politically Unbecoming: Postsocialist Art against Democracy, by Anthony Gardner

Helen Hughes

ANZJA | Forthcoming Issues

Issue 2, 2016 Asian Art Research in Australia & New Zealand: Past, Present, Future | editors Dr Olivier Krischer and Dr Stephen Whiteman

Please ensure your membership is up-to-date so that you will receive copies of these issues when they are published.

See details of past issues here.