di’van | A Journal of Accounts
Alan Cruickshank is founding editor and publisher (in conjunction with UNSW Art & Design) of di’van | A Journal of Accounts, a new art journal initiated in Sydney in 2016, that offers critical interpretations on contemporary visual art and culture and its broader art historical, theoretical and socio-political contexts, from the greater Asian and Asia-Pacific regions. He has had an extensive professional career, as artist, director, curator, consultant, writer, editor and publisher for over three decades, both in Australia and internationally. From 1980 to 2000 he exhibited widely in Australia, including the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Art Gallery of SA, Art Gallery of WA, Queensland Art Gallery and National Gallery of Australia, and his work has been collected by the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Polaroid Collection, Cambridge, MA, USA; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Art Gallery of SA, Art Gallery of WA, Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra and Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne. In 2000 he became Director, then Executive Director, of the Contemporary Art Centre of SA, Adelaide and Editor, Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet magazine until 2015.