Memo, Issue No. 2
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A theme of institutionalism emerges in this second issue of Memo, its shadow seeming to lurk throughout the pages. Perhaps it’s because the Tennant Creek Brio, this issue’s artist focus, is about to cross an institutional threshold. Its artists are currently gearing up for the first major survey of …
Memo Magazine, Issue 1
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Issue 1 of Memo’s first glossy annual magazine features an extended artist focus on Archie Moore, the 2024 Venice Biennale Australian Representative, with essays by Rex Butler, Tara Heffernan, Tristen Harwood, and Hilary Thurlow. Audrey Schmidt unveils a covetous history of tall-poppy takedowns in …
Everyone’s a Critic Cap
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Critic Cap by Memo Review. Back due to popular demand! Low profile six panel cap, curved peak. Adjustable fastener with metal clasp, tonal under-peak lining; Light weight. 100% cotton. One size. Black
Memo Review 2021
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What is it like to make art the way the world is today? What is it to write about art? Every review you read in 2022 will attempt to answer these questions, whether it knows it or not. You can see it if you look hard enough. And in thinking about this we perhaps hold a candle to the darkness, or …
Memo Review 2020
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There is no getting around it: 2020 was the year of COVID. It was something that all kinds of cultural activities tried to make sense of. We could quote, to show it has all apparently happened before, Daniel Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year at you. Or, like everybody else, you could read some …
Memo Review 2019
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After three years of writing weekly reviews of the art made in and around Melbourne, it is possible that Memo Review has found its voice. Or voices. Regular readers might have started following the writers who speak most to them. There have been repeated mentions of the artists who speak most to …
Memo Review 2018
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These are the reviews from 2018, the second year of Memo Review. As readers engage with this second year of reviews, they might see a group of art writers coming to grips with the particular limitations and opportunities of the weekly review format and even the particularities of its online …
Memo Review 2017
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The first hardcopy Memo publication, collecting the 52 reviews from 2017 published by Melbourne’s Memo Review. Memo Review is Melbourne’s only weekly art criticism, publishing reviews of “a broad variety of art exhibitions at public art museums, commercial galleries and smaller artist-run spaces in …
Venus in Tullamarine: Art, Sex, Politics and Norman Lindsay
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PRE-ORDER ONLY/ SECOND EDITION COMING SOON Norman Lindsay (1879–1969) was a prolific, popular and controversial Australian artist. He is best known for his children’s book The Magic Pudding and his skilled prints, which mostly draw on Greek and Roman mythology and nineteenth century literature and …
Ernst Jünger: Philosophy Under Occupation
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More than twenty years after Ernst Jünger’s death in 1998, the controversial German writer’s work continues to compel the attention of readers, critics, and scholars. In early 2019, Jünger’s diaries, the Strahlungen, written while he was an officer in occupied Paris during World War II, were …
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