Issue 39 - Art Collector
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|50 of Australia's Most Collectable Artists|
For the ninth consecutive year, we’ve surveyed leading market experts, critics, and consultants to present to you a list of artists whose work you should be looking at now:
Del Kathryn Barton, Marian Dew, Darren Sylvester, David Wadelton, James Angus, John Brack, Todd McMillan, The Kingpins, Judy Napangardi Watson, Rhys Lee, Destiny Deacon, Grant Stevens, Roger Kemp, John Citizen, Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy, Fiona Hall, Shaun Gladwell, Petrina Hicks, John Nicholson, Robert Jacks, Richard Larter, Jonathon Jones, Richard Bell, Lorna Fencer Napurrula, Sam Leach, Paul Knight, Callum Morton, Walangkura Napanangka, Linda Marrinon, Hany Armanious, Emily Floyd, Daniel von Sturmer, Ningura Napurrula, Joanna Lamb, Dennis Nona, Bronwyn Oliver, Sally Ross, Billy Yirawala, Billy Penn Perrurle, Irene Hanenbergh, Ben Quilty, Lin Onus, Rick Amor, Caroline Rothwell, Lisa Roet, Brook Andrew, Alec Mingelmanganu, Tim Silver, David Rosetzky, Fred Williams
|Dealer: Michael Eather: Keeping the fires burning|
Michael Eather, director of Brisbane’s Fire-Works Gallery, has been working with this country’s indigenous artists in a highly thoughtful and ethical way since1990. His gallery is premised on the idea that it is possible to work in what he calls the gulf between cultures and the gap in the marketplace. Ingrid Periz spoke to him about his latest ground-breaking project. Photography by Mick Richards.
Collectors: David and Angela Kent: Building blocks
Former Art Gallery of NSW Foundation board member David Kent and his wife Angela were inspired to start their own collection after a chance invitation to an art gallery fund raising dinner. Carmel Dwyer talks to them about their different collecting styles. Photography by Stephen Oxenbury
Printmaker: Monique Auricchio
Darwin-based artist Monique Auricchio’s etchings appear like dark fables out of Aesop but much of their visual impact stems from her technique, writes Sasha Grishin.