• Thanks for reading in 2018
    18 Feb –
    18 Feb 2020
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    • Memo Review
    29 Dec 2018

    Thank you for your readership and support of Memo Review in 2018. We’re going to take a well-earned break from our weekly review schedule, returning in February 2019.

    In the last few months, we have been preparing a publication of the 52 reviews from 2017. Thanks to the hard work of Warren Taylor, Joanna Leucuta, Genevieve Osborn—alongside Memo’s editorial team—we will be launching the book of reviews in January 2019. Stay tuned for information about the launch date. We’d also like to thank the generous support from MAP, who have made this publication possible.

    We wish you all an excellent holiday season, and we will be back in the new year with more critical writing.

    The Memo Team.


    Bessie Davidson & Sally Smart – Two artists and the Parisian avant-garde
    Bendigo Art Gallery
    by Jane Eckett
    Meagan Streader: A Window is a Square Horizon
    MARS Gallery
    by Tara Heffernan
    The Sun also Sets
    Tolarno Galleries
    by Luke Smythe
    Christopher L G Hill: Meaningless is more
    Conners Conners
    by Giles Fielke
    Colin McCahon: Letters and Numbers & Event Horizon Symposium
    NGV International, COVA
    by Rex Butler
    π.o., Heide
    Giramondo, published 2019
    by Victoria Perin
    Tertulia
    BLINDSIDE
    by Bianca Winataputri
    Anne Wallace: Strange Ways
    Art Gallery of Ballarat
    by Tara Heffernan
    Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser, Forced into Images
    2020 Peel Street Park Projection Program, City of Yarra
    by Lisa Radford
    Spring/Sprung
    Caves
    by Amelia Winata

    The End.