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'''Lives of the artists''' (2004-?) was an A4, black and white Australian art [[zine]] edited and published by Elizabeth Pulie.  The [[zine]] was printed and distributed randomly and cheaply. It focused on artists lives, and contained articles, stories, reviews, artist’s pages, etc, contributed mostly by artist friends and associates of the  
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'''Lives of the artists''' (2004-?) was an A4, black and white Adelaide-based art [[zine]] edited and published by Elizabeth Pulie.  The [[zine]] was printed and distributed randomly and cheaply. It focused on artists lives, and contained articles, stories, reviews, artist’s pages, etc, contributed mostly by artist friends and associates of the  
 
publisher/editor, Elizabeth Pulie.
 
publisher/editor, Elizabeth Pulie.
  
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* No. 5 (Spring 2003): Subtitled 'Chick's Issue'
 
* No. 5 (Spring 2003): Subtitled 'Chick's Issue'
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Art Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:South Australia Zines]] [[Category:Art Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Latest revision as of 15:32, 11 November 2007

Lives of the artists (2004-?) was an A4, black and white Adelaide-based art zine edited and published by Elizabeth Pulie. The zine was printed and distributed randomly and cheaply. It focused on artists lives, and contained articles, stories, reviews, artist’s pages, etc, contributed mostly by artist friends and associates of the publisher/editor, Elizabeth Pulie.

Contact: frontroom_gallery@yahoo.com.au

Issues

  • No. 5 (Spring 2003): Subtitled 'Chick's Issue'