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Publishers

3-ply: https://www.3ply.net/about-us

An artist-led publishing project challenging traditional publishing forms and sharing the work of contemporary Australian artists and curators. 

 

Bloom Publishing: https://bloompublishing.com.au

Publisher of books and zines showcasing the work of contemporary photographers.

 

Discipline: http://www.discipline.net.au

A publisher and contemporary art journal, publishing artist pages, interviews, and research essays on contemporary Australian art and global art theories. 

 

Emblem Books: http://www.emblembooks.com/about

A Sydney based independent publisher of contemporary art, design, and visual culture, founded in 2009. 

 

The Heavy Collective: https://theheavycollectivestore.cargo.site

A Sydney based magazine dedicated to the showcase and discussion of contemporary photography. 

 

M.33: https://m33.net.au/category/books/

An independent Melbourne based organisation publishing works on Australian photography and photographers. 

 

Nang Magazine: https://www.nangmagazine.com

A 10-issue magazine dedicated to cinema in Asia. 

 

Perimeter Editions: https://perimetereditions.com

The publishing imprint of Melbourne-based bookstore Perimeter Books, publishing works in close collaboration with photographers, artists, curators, and writers since 2012. 

 

Power Publications: https://shop.powerpublications.com.au

The publishing arm of the Power Institute, publishing books on contemporary art and theory, cultural studies, media studies, and film and animation. 

 

Un Magazine: http://www.unprojects.org.au/magazine/issues/

A free, independent contemporary art magazine published bi-annually out of Melbourne.

 

Uro Publications: https://uro-books.myshopify.com

An award winning publisher of architecture and design books based in Melbourne. 

 

Vault: https://vaultart.com.au/index.php

A quarterly magazine identifying pre-eminent artists, designers, collectors and enthusiasts, and covering topics across Australasian art and culture. 

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