Two very different views of the reclining figure as we release a very relaxed July issue of Trouble. This is an amazing issue, with a big article on the Picasso to Warhol Fourteen Modern Masters exhib now opened at Art Gallery of Western Australia leading the way, with thanks to Inga Walton, plus an extraordinary view of MONA's latest show – Theatre of the World – written by Rebecca Fitzgibbon. Robyn Gibson meanwhile looks for the forest amongst the trees in Greenwish #8, while Jean-François Vernay is back with his Tasmanian Travelogue Part 2. There's more ... heaps more, so take a look and enjoy!
Jean-François Vernay is the author of three monographs including “Water from the Moon: Illusion and Reality in the Works of Australian Novelist Christopher Koch” (Cambria Press, 2007), “The Great Australian Novel– A Panorama” (Brolga, 2010) and an essay on fiction, literary theory, criticism and emotions.
Essayiste et chercheur en littérature, Jean-François Vernay est notamment l’auteur de « Panorama du roman australien des origines à nos jours » (Paris : Hermann, 2009) et « Plaidoyer pour un renouveau de l’émotion en littérature » (Paris: éditions Complicités, 2013).