Issue 11 - Art Collector

January-March 2000


Australia’s 50 Most Collectable Artists
Australian Art Collector presents the results of our second annual survey of the nation’s leading experts, critics, art consultants and collectors:
Howard Arkley, Hany Armanious, Clarice Beckett, Arthur Boyd, John Brack, Matthew Bradley, Grace Crowley, Adam Cullen, Mikala Dwyer, Dale Frank, Rah Fizelle, Rosalie Gascoigne, James Gleeson, Fiona Hall, Bill Henson, Louise Hearman, Robert Hirschmann, Robert Johnson, Narelle Jubelin, Ildiko Kovacs, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Richard Larter, Janet Laurence, Lindy Lee, Queenie McKenzie, Robert McPherson, Tracey Moffatt, Bronwyn Oliver, John Olsen, Gloria Tamerre Petyarre, Kathleen Petyarre, Patricia Piccinini, Llloyd Rees, William Robinson, Charlie Shead, Jeffrey Smart, Grace Cossington Smith, Ricky Swallow, Natsuho Takita, Howard Taylor, Rover Thomas, Tony Tuckson, Jenny Watson, HJ Wedge, Louise Weaver, Ken Whisson, Brett Whiteley, Fred Williams, John Young.

Collector’s Dossier: Rosalie Gascoigne
When Rosalie Gascoigne died suddenly late in 1999 she left us at the height of her powers and with a rich legacy, writes Judith White.

News & Features

Collectors: Harry and Penelope Seidler
Former museum director, Daniel Thomas catalogues the stunning collection of twentieth century art of Australia’s most famous architect.

Aboriginal Art: A Buyer’s Guide
National arts writer Susan McCulloch offers advice on how to select and purchase collectable Aboriginal art.

Museums of Influence
Mark Titmarsh sketches the evolution of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the National Gallery of Victoria.

Singapore: Collectors’ Magnet
Singapore is well on the way to becoming one of the Asia-Pacific’s most significant arts and antique trading and auction centres, writes Jay Sian Eira.