"Broadsheet is the key publication in Australia on contemporary art and culture. I consider it to be the best example of passionate and intelligent writing on art in our region.”
—Professor Nikos Papastergiadis (AUS)
As one of Australia’s most respected visual art publications, Broadsheet Journal has been published in South Australia for more than 60 years. Initiated by the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) in 1954, Broadsheet Journal is renowned for its critical analysis and debate of local, national and international contemporary visual art and culture.
Broadsheet Journal is supported by an Editorial Advisory Board of international biennale curators, museum directors, educators, writers, artists and cultural commentators. Over its illustrious history, it has published the words of more than 900 writers, artists, curators and cultural commentators, and has been launched and presented at many significant events on the contemporary art calendar, including Art Dubai, Shanghai Contemporary, Art Basel Hong Kong, Biennale of Sydney, Istanbul Biennial, Venice Biennale, Asia Pacific Triennale and many more.
The free art magazine is currently distributed across Australia and the world, as well as online via Issuu and EBSCO.
The spring 2017 issue of Broadsheet Journal features artist profiles by Pedro de Almeida (Gary Carsley), Wes Hill (Claire Lambe), Sophie Knezic (Anri Sala), and Ruth McDougall (Taloi Havini), plus reviews and more.
Broadsheet Journal’s previous volumes will soon be online. In the meantime, please enjoy volumes 41 (2013) to today via Issuu.
Wendy Walker, Editor [email protected]