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Editorial Board:


Jenny Watson
Born in 1951 in Melbourne, Jenny Watson now lives and works in Sanford, Queensland. She has been exhibiting extensively in Australia and internationally since 1973. In 1993, Watson was the first single female artist chosen to represent Australia at the 45th Venice Biennale and in 2017, The Museum of Contemporary Art hld a survey exhibition covering Watson’s 45 year career. Since 2002 Jenny has been an Adjunct Professor, Queensland College of the Arts, Griffith University, Australia.


Victoria Scott
Victoria Scott is Associate Director of Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery in Sydney. Victoria has worked in some of the worlds most distinguished arts institutions in London and Hong Kong including Courtauld Gallery, Christie’s and White Cube where she focused on acquisitions for International Museums, Institutions and Private Collections. Victoria began her career in her native New Zealand working in galleries and with museum collections, before moving to London to complete her MA in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institue of Art, where she resided for almost 10 years. Victoria is passionate about contributing to a diverse and incusive dialogue on Contemporary Art that is challenging yet also celebrates the pleasure of experiencing art.
@VICTORIATORIAS

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Jason Mowen
An autodidact drawn to the visual arts for as long as he can remember, Jason’s creative practice encompasses interior and product design, styling, consulting and writing. He got hi break working for interior designer, Jonathon Reed in London in 2003, began dealing in 20th century design and tribal art in Madrid in 2006, and has completed both residential and commercial projects in Sydney and Melbourne since returning to Australia in 2009. His interiors have been published in AD, Elle Decor, and Vogue Living, where he also contributes a regular column, ‘Iconic Style’ in each issue. @JASONMOWEN

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Ricky Lee
Ricky Lee is an experienced marketing and communications strategist specializing in the arts, culture and design. For 20 years,  he has worked as an independent media relations and event production consultant for various artists, galleries, museums and institutions. He has directed public relation campaigns for publishers such as Abrams, Phaidon Press, and the Vendome Press, and for luxury brands such as Hermes of Paris. From 2001 to 2004, he was Associate Publisher and Gallery Director of Scalo (Zurich). Lee was the founding fashion editor of Quincy Jones’s Vibe magazine and has worked as a writer and editor for The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Interview, Cosmopolitan, Allure and The Los Angeles Times. Currently, Lee is the Director of Press and Publications at Petzel Gallery in New York.
@MR_RICKY_LEE

Frank Lloyd Wrong
Frank Lloyd Wrong is a Senior Executive Amatuer Content Delivery Professional at @uglymelbournehouses, an outbound marketing and non-sales platform that attracts customers by reviewing uploaded ugly houses and imagery based material. He is a renowned obsessive perfectionist and workaholic. In his virtually non-existent spare time, he writes achingly romantic 17th Century Classical Neo French Provincial Industrial poetry and sculpts uncannily realistic impressions of the 1980’s sit-com cast members in genuine faux marble. On Sundays Frank religiously hunts for ugly houses in the outer suburbs of Melbourne with his 3 (three) Irish Wolfhounds, Pikasso, Monnet, Povinciale. @UGLYMELBOURNEHOUSES
Aly Westwood
Aly Westwood is a practicing artist, curator and writer based in the Netherlands. She holds a M.A Museum Studies (Heritage Studies) from the University of Amsterdam as well as a Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) from RMIT University in Melbourne. Her main focus of interest is investigating and writing about practices which attempt unique ways of approaching diversity and inclusivity, as well as dialogues debating local and global contexts. Currently based in Utrecht, Aly often travels between Melbourne and Utrecht for projects. @ALYWESTWOOD93
Santy Saptari
Santy Saptari was formally trained in Art History and Museology at the University of Melbourne, Australia and Reinwardt Academy, the Netherlands. She has spent fourteen years working in the art industry across Europe and the Asia Pacific, with her last appointment as the Director of Pearl Lam Galleries Singapore. In 2017, Santy set up Santy Saptari Art Consulting in Melbourne to help clients in their collecting journeys. Through her extensive network in the Asia Pacific and beyond, Santy has worked with some of the world’s influential artists, including Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA) and Jenny Holzer, and has collaborated with leading institutions in the region and abroad through her curatorial projects, including NUS ADM Singapore and Macro Museum in Rome. Santy has also published and guest-lectured in the field of Southeast Asian art, art market and collecting.
@SANTYSAPTARI


Peter Westwood
Peter Westwood is an artist, curator and arts writer living in Melbourne. Peter has been included in group, and individual exhibitions in public and commercial galleries in Australia and overseas and his work is included in museum collections within Australia and New Zealand. He has curated two to three annual exhibition projects for the past 30 years in Australia, and periodically overseas. Peter is a senior academic at RMIT University in Melbourne.@PETER.WESTWOOD8

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