The winter 2017 issue of Broadsheet Journal, out now, features artist profiles by Sophie Knezic (Christian Thompson), Amelia Winata (Megan Cope and Emily Floyd) and Andy Best (Christian Lock). Reviews include Tessa Zettel’s penetrating assessment of the Athens component of documenta 14, Chari Larsson’s refreshing take on The National, Mary-Jean Richardson’s reflections on the Art Gallery of South Australia’s Versus Rodin and Paola Anselmi on Western Australia photography.

Characterised by multiple, inter-connected strands, Giles Fielke’s substantial essay ‘Movies in the Museum: The Paracinematic Gaze’ continues, while Lana Lopesi interviews Tina Baum, curator of the National Gallery of Australia’s Defying Empire, who says: “knowing that Indigenous artists have a strong voice that will be heard, that their voices will not be stifled or suppressed is a very powerful tool.” It is a voice, which is exemplified by the issue’s striking cover image of Archie Moore’s United Neytions (2017).