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John Neylon

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John Neylon has been covering the Adelaide art scene since the ’80s as a media art critic (The News/The Advertiser), continuously for The Adelaide Review (1984 – 2020), and regularly for InReview. He is the author of several books and numerous articles/essays on South Australian artists. His professional journey includes art museum education and art history lecturing. He is a published poet, a printmaker and painter, was a finalist in the 2023 Adelaide Parklands Art Prize, and was awarded the 2023 Penola Art Prize. John is also a contributor to InReview’s Poet’s Corner (here and here).

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Visual Art

Archie’s magic lantern show

Archie 100 reflects the diversity of works that the nation’s most famous portraiture prize has attracted over its 100-year history – and it has some interesting stories to tell about the changing face of Australian society.