Special Feature: Highly Commended from the inaugural Art Edit Self-represented Artist Award

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Many talented artists today manage the marketing of their own art, but they face a constant challenge in getting it seen by audiences beyond their own social media followers. See the highly commended submissions from this year's prize.

Special Feature: WINNER of the inaugural Art Edit Self-represented Artist Award

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The South West Sydney studio belonging to German Australian artist Freya Jobbins sounds like the stuff of nightmares: “It is full of tools, mannequin body parts, dolls in varying degrees of dissection and small drawers of separate doll ears, eyes, and hands,” says the recent winner of Art Edit’s self-represented artist prize.

Artist Profile: Rebecca Baumann

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With installations that revere space and collective experience, Rebecca Baumann gives new meaning to the power of light and colour.

Artist Profile: Marie Serruya

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Armed with humour and a curious mind, French artist Marie Serruya critiques the solemnity of contemporary political life.

Q + A: David Ward

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Obsessed with the art of storytelling, David Ward’s multidisciplinary practice ebbs and flows through genre and medium.

Q + A: Edward Trost

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Edward Trost uses portraiture to highlight misconceptions of mental illness.

Q + A: JACK TAR & Co

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JACK TAR & Co celebrate the great narratives of life.

Q + A: James Dale

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Artist James Dale disembodies landscape to lattice together the memory of space.

Q + A: Kate Rogers

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With quirky irreverence, painter Kate Rogers seeks to unravel the human spirit.

Q + A: Liam Waldie

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Interested in how we interact with the world, Liam Waldie creates dreamlike landscapes.