It's our AWESOME April issue alright! Get a load of the new Trouble now.
There's great reading in The Rise of the New Vulgarians by Jaklyn Babington, extracted from the catalogue essay for Roy Lichtenstein: A Pop Remix, opening at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery from 19 April.
Room for Further Excavation by Emily Jones explores the new NETS touring exhibition Cut with the kitchen knife, opening 5 April at Counihan Gallery in Brunswick.
Jean-François Vernay explores Charles Billich and his Surrealist Escapism, while Ben Laycock sends Greetings from Darkest Peru, and Ruby Noise looks at Parallel Collisions in the Art Gallery of SA.
Plus the usual suspects in Comics Face by Ive Sorocuk, Melburnin' by Courtney Symes, Greenwish #5 by Robyn Gibson, Adsformum by Darby Hudson, our awesome April Salon, and comics from Mandy Ord, Jase Harper and Matt-Bissett Johnston.
More here: http://issuu.com/troublemag