• 21 August, 6pm – Art History Book Launch

    Three new books launched by Department staff

    Please join us for an evening hosted by the Department of Art History.

  • 16 April, 6pm – Book Launch – ‘Eugenia Raskopoulos: Vestiges of the Tongue’

    Art, Language and the Body Politic

      Carriageworks, Formist Editions and Power Publications present:     Vestiges of the Tongue: Art, Language and the Body Politic     Join us for a panel discussion and book launch celebrating Eugenia Raskopoulos’ work in The National and her new monograph, Vestiges of the Tongue. Those attending the book … READ MORE

  • Summer Book Sale!

    20% Off all online book purchases

    SUMMER SALE   Power Publications is having a Summer Sale: 20% off all online book purchases, including our latest titles:   Imants Tillers: Journey to Nowhere With contributions by Elita Ansone, Graham Coulter-Smith, Mark Ledbury, Ian McLean and Imants Tillers   Ambitious Alignments: New Histories of Southeast Asian Art, 1945–1990 Edited by Stephen … READ MORE

  • Recommended reading: highlights from AAANZ’s Book Prizes

    The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand has, this week, shared judges’ commendations for the 2017 AAANZ Book Prize and PhD Prizes. These annual prizes recognise the best in arts writing and research across Australia and New Zealand, so we thought we’d share a selection of the AAANZ’s top reads, starting of course with our own winning publication, The Legacies of Bernard Smith.

  • Congratulations Una Rey!

    Una Rey was among the winners at the 2017 AAANZ Book and PhD Prize. Her essay, ‘Women’s Business: Cross-cultural collaborations in remote Indigenous Art Centres’ won ‘Best Scholarly Article in the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Art’. We will be publishing a second open issue of the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art in 2018. Submissions are due 8 March.