Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) presents CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet 38.4, 2009

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) presents CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet 38.4, 2009

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia

December 2, 2009

Broadsheet 38.4, 2009

The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA), is one of Australia’s leading contemporary visual art spaces presenting an annual program of commissioned national and international projects and symposia; and as publisher, artist monographs, anthologies and CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet magazine—with the view to promote and develop contemporary visual art practice, critical analysis, debate and writing in the Australasian and Southeast Asian region.

CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet magazine has established in recent years a major regional profile, further determining its ongoing commitment to the publication and dissemination of contemporary cultural critical analysis and debate.

The December issue CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet 38.4, presents a major focus on the forthcoming 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 5 December 2009–5 April 2010, showing artworks by more than 100 artists from 25 countries, reflecting the diversity of practices across Asia, the Pacific and Australia. (

In this specific focus upon Asia and the Pacific, Broadsheet 38.4 presents an in-depth interview between APT curators, Editor Alan Cruickshank and noted Asia-Pacific commentators John Clark, Thomas Berghuis and Rex Butler. Complimenting this extensive evaluation is a major debate regarding the role and future of the APT in a rapidly developing Asian art marketplace (if not global arena of more than 100 biennales), between international curators, critics, academic and artists, including Ranjit Hoskote, Eugene Tan, John Clark, John Batten, Joselina Cruz, Chaitanya Sambrani, Scott Redford, Catriona Moore, Jacqueline Millner, Adam Geczy and more.

Complimenting these significant deliberations are profiles on 10 participating artists from the Asia Pacific Triennial, being Chen Chieh-Jen (Taiwan), Qiu Anxiong (China), Ho Tzu Nyen (Singapore), Shooshie Sulaiman (Malaysia), Rithy Panh (Cambodia), Isabel+Alfredo Aquilizan (Australia/Philippines), Raafat Ishak (Australia), DAMP (Australia), Reuben Paterson (New Zealand) and The Mekong project (Bùi Công Khánh and Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Vietnam; Sopheap Pich, Vandy Rattana and Svay Ken, Cambodia; Manit Sriwanichpoom, Thailand; Tun Win Aung & Wah Nu, Myanmar) by writers Eugene Tan, June Yap, Eva McGovern, Erin Gleeson, Aaron Seeto, and Sue Hajdu.

Informed by an International Editorial Advisory Board of internationally recognised curators, writers and critics such as Richard Grayson (London), Astrid Mania (Berlin), Vasif Kortun (Istanbul), Ranjit Hoskote (Mumbai), Ray Langenbach (Kuala Lumpur), Lee Weng Choy (Singapore), Eugene Tan (Hong Kong), Natasha Conland (Auckland), Russell Storer (Brisbane) and others, Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet is acknowledged throughout the Australasian and the Southeast Asian region as a significant force in the presentation of critical analysis and commentary on contemporary visual art and cultural developments, having been presented in recent years at the 2009 Venice Biennale, 2006 and 2008 Singapore Biennales, and 2002-2008 Biennales of Sydney.

CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART+CULTURE Broadsheet is available internationally by subscription, by contacting the Administrator Fiona Scott admin [​at​], or Editor Alan Cruickshank, director [​at​]

For further information regarding the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, visit, or contact the Executive Director, Alan Cruickshank.

Image at the top:
Frank Gyatso
Angel, 2007
Photo courtesy the artist; Collection Queensland Art Gallery

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