Index of Reviews by Issue

Issue 1. November/ December 2011

Issue 2 January/February 2012

Issue 3 March/April (and a bit of May) 2012.

Issue 4: May – July 2012 Contents

Rochford Street Review

Issue 5 August – October Contents

(Carol Archer-Anna Couani, Macao-Elsewhere, mixed media on paper. 2011. http://www.carolarcher.com/portfolio/macao-elsewhere-project/ From a photo by Anna Couani of Shirt Installation by sculptor Hilik Mirankar – installation in Queen Street Gallery.)

ISSUE 6 November 2012 – February 2013 – Contents

Two Visual Poems by Cornelis Vleeskens from his book ” A h ! “ Redfox Press 2011 (http://www.redfoxpress.com/dada-vleeskens.html). Thanks to Katherine Blackwell for the use of these images.

Two Visual Poems by Cornelis Vleeskens from his book ” A h ! “ Redfox Press 2011 (http://www.redfoxpress.com/dada-vleeskens.html). Thanks to Katherine Blackwell for the use of these images.

Issue 7: March 2013 – May 2013

Currawong wharf. Photo by Lucie Adair-Roberts. This work first appeared in P76 Issue 6. http://rochfordstreetpress.wordpress.com/p76-literary-magazine/

Currawong wharf. Photo by Lucie Adair-Roberts. This work first appeared in P76 Issue 6. http://rochfordstreetpress.wordpress.com/p76-literary-magazine/

Issue 8: June 2013 – August 2013

Details from Postcards from Saturn, Archival digital prints. Karen Jackson 2012 Postcards from Saturn, is an attempt to recreate the seductive vistas of clouds, sunsets and weather patterns that we see when looking up at the sky or out through the window of a plane. We could normally just take a photograph of the scene, and thousands of us often do, and look at this photograph at a later date only to see that it is a very poor approximation of the awe and imagination inspired by viewing the sky ourselves without a lens. There is a sense of magic and otherworldliness about clouds and what might lie within, or lie beyond the horizon and even what it would be like if we could freely fly through the formations of the clouds. It is this desire to both get closer and to capture it on film that inevitably fails. http://www.karenjackson.biz

Details from Postcards from Saturn, Archival digital prints. Karen Jackson 2012
Postcards from Saturn, is an attempt to recreate the seductive vistas of clouds, sunsets and weather patterns that we see when looking up at the sky or out through the window of a plane. We could normally just take a photograph of the scene, and thousands of us often do, and look at this photograph at a later date only to see that it is a very poor approximation of the awe and imagination inspired by viewing the sky ourselves without a lens. There is a sense of magic and otherworldliness about clouds and what might lie within, or lie beyond the horizon and even what it would be like if we could freely fly through the formations of the clouds. It is this desire to both get closer and to capture it on film that inevitably fails. http://www.karenjackson.biz

Issue 9: September 2013 – November 2013

Pacific Solution 2 - Mark Roberts 2012 Pacific Solution 2 – Mark Roberts 2012

ISSUE 10 December 2013 – February 2014

Image by Julie Clarke (2013). Faber Castell Aquarelle color pencils on A3 Aquarelle 320 gsm cotton rag. More in the series can be found at http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/night-sports_13.html

Image by Julie Clarke (2013). Faber Castell Aquarelle color pencils on A3 Aquarelle 320 gsm cotton rag. More in the series can be found at http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/night-sports_13.html

ISSUE 11 March – May 2014

'Tea and Biscuit Vanitas' by Narelle Adair Coxhead. Narelle can be found at http://designcxadair.wordpress.com/

‘Tea and Biscuit Vanitas’ by Narelle Adair Coxhead. Narelle can be found at http://designcxadair.wordpress.com/

ISSUE 12 June – September 2014

Painting by Kit Kelen

Painting by Kit Kelen

Issue 13 October 2014 – March 2015 (Special Double Issue)

Quotidian Rapture by Sheila Murphy.  Ink drawing on paper, treated digitally.

Quotidian Rapture by Sheila Murphy. Ink drawing on paper, treated digitally.

ISSUE 14 April 2015 – June 2015

the grass is greener_THIN AIR_cecilia white 2013

The grass is greener was installed as part of Cecilia White’s three week solo exhibition THIN AIR in March 2013 at The Lock-Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle.

Issue 15 July 2015 – September 2015

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Kate Just, Venus, 2011. Hand knitted twine, cardboard, tape 90x600x50cm. Photo by Clare Rae. Kate Just is represented by Daine Singer.

Issue 16 October 2015 – December 2015

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Stephen Hall, The Limner passes through the Eternal Battle, 2011, mixed media on paper. Pic: courtesy of the artist

Issue 17. January 2016- March 2016

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Tony Oliver, Baguette, Poet table series, 2013.

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Issue 18. April 2016 – June 2016

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Nicci Pratten, ‘Joey Bowie’, mixed media on paper, 2016.

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ISSUE 19: July 2016 – September 2016

Song Sung DETAIL Pollard

Song Sung (2014) [detail], Georgina Pollard, 1.1m x 2.4m, house paint and curtain fabric, exhibited at Eco Spirit (2014), Modern Arts Projects (MAP), Blue Mountains. Photo credit: Billy Gruner.

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Issue 20: October- December 2016
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ISSUE 21. January- March 2017

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Luciano Prisco- Terra, earth, osso, bone. acrylic on five panels.

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