ARTisSpectrum Vol.30, November 2013 - page 6-7

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Profiles
If you like to keep up-to-date with the art world and enjoy spotting talented emerging and established artists, then
artists’ profiles are a great way to do it. These profiles showcase the work, motivations and inspirations of exciting new
faces on the international art scene.
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Contributors
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Installation view of MOCA’s Permanent Collection:
A Selection of Recent Acquisitions
at MOCA Grand Avenue, February 10 - March 11, 2013, photo by Brian Forrest
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Justine McCullough
is an art historian,
writer, and poet. She
holds MA degrees in
Art History and Art
Business from Florida
State University and
Sotheby’s Institute of
Art, respectively. Her
art interests include conceptual and text-
based work, abstract painting, artists’
books, and the history of the modern art
market. She is presently employed as a
Gallery Assistant at Agora Gallery.
Sarah Mitchell Munro
is a contemporary
figurative painter
currently living
and working from
her studio based
in Hamilton, New
Zealand. She works
with oils on canvas
and is currently using the figure and
the domestic space to examine themes
that explore the human condition
while forging links between the
conventions of figurative painting and
techniques employed by contemporary
cinematography.
Caroline Josephs PhD
is an artist, storyteller
and educator.Having
travelled and lived in
widely varied locales,
such as India, Italy,
Japan, Bhutan and
England, frequently
exploring the vast
remote areas of her continent, immersing
herself in bush, beach, mountain and
the particularities of a single rock or
tree trunk. She seeks to evoke ways in
which people embody landscape and
ideas gained from country in their sense
of self. She has helped lead, as well as
participate in, experiential art workshops
in dance, music, visual art, writing.
Josephs currently resides in Sydney.
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