Since 2017, Memo Review has been Melbourne’s only platform for weekly art criticism, each Saturday morning. In 2022, we expanded our reach north, publishing fortnightly reviews of exhibitions in Sydney and regional NSW. We publish reviews of a broad variety of art exhibitions at public art museums, commercial galleries and smaller artist-run spaces, offering critical perspectives from a new generation of Australian art scholars, writers and artists.

Memo Sydney is generously supported by the Power Institute.

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Anne Mestitz
Cherie Schweizer
Graeme Auchterlonie
Jenepher Duncan
Jessica Honey
Lachlan Shields
Merilyn Fairskye
Nicholas Modrzewski
Ruth Bain

Adam Stone
Elizabeth Newman
Harrison Simic
Helen Hughes
June Miskell
Meridian Sculpture
Philip Morrissey
Shaune Lakin
Verónica Tello
Wendy Busch

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Charles Nodrum Gallery
Jacqui Shelton
Leo Seward
Maggie Kontev
Shae Nagorcka

Melbourne Editors
Amelia Winata
Cameron Hurst
Chelsea Hopper
David Wlazlo
Paris Lettau
Rex Butler

Sydney Editors
June Miskell
Naomi Riddle
Nicholas Croggon
Verónica Tello

Amelia Winata (President)
David Wlazlo (Vice-President)
Paris Lettau (Secretary)
Cameron Hurst (Treasurer)
Rex Butler
Chelsea Hopper
Anna Parlane
Helen Hughes
Victoria Perin
Tristen Harwood

Design by Alexandra Margetic
Development by Paris Lettau


The Melbourne editors acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the unceded land and waters on which we work, the people of the Kulin Nations. The Sydney editors acknowledge that the Traditional Custodians of the place now known as Sydney are the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and our work takes place across many unceded Indigenous lands across NSW. Memo Review in both locations offers its respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander First Nations Elders, past, present and future. We offer our respects to Elders and Ancestors of the Kulin Nations, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander First Nations Elders, past and present.

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