Issue 21 - Art Collector

July-September 2002
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Artist: Rosella Namok - Rosella’s choice
Through the versatile art practice of Rosella Namok, Rex Butler observes a generation of young artists changing the face of contemporary Aboriginal art.

Collector’s dossier: The natural
Carrie Lumby considers the life and work of one of Australia’s most important sculptors, Robert Klippel.

News & Analysis

Rex Butler unearths a rare talent in emerging Brisbane artist Jemima Wyman.

Collector club: Support groups
The size and isolation of Perth is ideal for the rise of collector groups, Judith McGrath profiles three of them.

Icons and Other Pictures: The photograph in the art market
Daniel Palmer offers an insight into how the art market in Australia is acclimatising to photography’s recent surge in popularity.

A brief history of art
In the rush for contemporary art at auction, works dated as recently as 2000 are going under the hammer, writes Terry Ingram.

Richard Kelton: Visionary advocate
Michael Pirrie speaks with Richard Kelton, the man who has helped to put Aboriginal art on the map of America.

Super Funds: Art for the future
Some commonly asked questions about art investment in superannuation funds answered by Tom Lowenstein.

Travel: All new Singaporean hits
Andrew Frost gets an inside look at the emerging art scene in Singapore.


Collector: Amanda Love - Speaking philosophically
Andrew Frost discovers art collector and adviser Amanda Love has a philosophy of art collecting that informs everything she does.

Gallerist: Gallery Gondwana - Art in the red centre
After 12 years of clear vision from gallerist Roslyn Premont, today Gallery Gondwana features much of the best indigenous art in the country. Story by Courtney Kidd.