Issue 25 - Art Collector

July-September 2003
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Artist Profile: Callum Morton: Interior world
Edward Colless talks to the artist about what goes on in the noisy interiors of his modernist models?

Collector’s Dossier:
Sidney Nolan: A unique Australian vision
John McPhee reflects on the career of an Australian icon.

News & Analysis

Deal me in
Michael Hutak met Stuart Purves in Rome and talked about Jeffrey Smart and the business of art.

My first time
Jenna Price speaks to collector Elizabeth Dossetor about her first major art purchase.

The portrait and the market
Jeremy Eccles examines the place of portraiture in today’s art market.

Australian contemporary art comes of age
All indications are our contemporary art has made it onto the world stage. In this first article in a series surveying the Australian art landscape Ruth Skilbeck finds out who, amongst this country’s leading curators, gallerists and critics, helped take us there.

Auction operators
Preparing for auction has become a meticulous process, writes Terry Ingram.

Can you hang your super works?
Kerry Wren and Maria Bilske search for answers.

Essay: I know what I like
Is what we like influenced by popular culture and too much knowledge? George Alexander investigates.


Gallery: Framed - The Darwin Gallery: Framework for the future
Susan McCulloch discovers the vast range of styles and media on display at Framed – The Darwin Gallery.

Collector: John Kaldor: Wrapped up in the new
Maria Bilske journeys John Kaldor’s international contemporary art collection.

Collector: James Fairfax: A masterly collection
Ruth Skilbeck profiles James Fairfax, art collector, benefactor, patron and philanthropist.