Art

Review: Documenta 14
Mary Ntalianis

“DEAR DOCUMENTA 14: IT MUST BE NICE TO CRITIQUE CAPITALISM ETC. WITH A 38 MILLION EURO BUDGET.” This is the note I find stuck to a hand dryer in the bathrooms of the Documenta Halle as I meander around Kassel for this year’s incarnation of the contemporary art mega-show Documenta. It is not an official […]

30 July 2017
Interview: Roger Sims from The Torch program
Mary Ntalianis

In 2015, there were an estimated 36,134 prisoners in Australian prisons. Of those 36,134, Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners accounted for just over a quarter (27 per cent) of the prisoner population.

18 July 2017
Hockney Hacks
Mary Ntalianis

Like most exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria, it’s quite easy to say “oh yes I’ll go there soon. It’s on for three months anyway,” only to find that you’ve let time slip by and missed out. Either that or you’re still not that bourgeois as to be heading to the gallery on a […]

24 April 2017
Pupils 2
Amie Green

28 March 2017
Home System 2
Amie Green

Each edition of Farrago will contain a part of ‘Home System’. Tear out the perforated page, collect and piece together all eight.

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