September 2003 Issue 163

  1 The labyrinthine effect at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, John Mateer     2 Anne von Bertouch, Nick Mitzevich     3 Between grit and belief: The Stedelijk Museum's Colin McCahon retrospective in Melbourne, Mary Eagle     4 Celebrating the sixties - then and now,   Nick Waterlow     5 Dear Hilary     6 Part 2 - The art of darkness:  Reflections on an encounter with Albert Speer,  Philippe Mora     7 Recent political art exhibitions in Australia,   Adam Geczy     8 Team New Zealand: New Zealand at Venice, Louise Tegart     9 The sculpture of David Jensz, Kim Mahood     10 Vandalising objects, destroying art, Andrew Benjamin     11 War, what is it good for? 'Requiem: By the photographers who died in Vietnam and Indochina', Alison Kubler

1 The labyrinthine effect at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, John Mateer

2 Anne von Bertouch, Nick Mitzevich

3 Between grit and belief: The Stedelijk Museum's Colin McCahon retrospective in Melbourne, Mary Eagle

4 Celebrating the sixties - then and now, Nick Waterlow

5 Dear Hilary

6 Part 2 - The art of darkness: Reflections on an encounter with Albert Speer, Philippe Mora

7 Recent political art exhibitions in Australia, Adam Geczy

8 Team New Zealand: New Zealand at Venice, Louise Tegart

9 The sculpture of David Jensz, Kim Mahood

10 Vandalising objects, destroying art, Andrew Benjamin

11 War, what is it good for? 'Requiem: By the photographers who died in Vietnam and Indochina', Alison Kubler