Issue 52 - Art Collector
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|Neil Pardington by John Hurrell |
|Tony Garifalakis by Ashley Crawford |
|Peter Nelson by Carrie Miller |
|Paul Knight by Edward Colless |
|Simone Slee by Ashley Crawford |
|Collector’s Dossier: Tim Johnson by Roger Benjamin |
Critic’s Choice by John Hurrell
Australian Art Collector’s writers and critics present seven undiscovered artists collectors should know about.
Presenting the most recent work by Angela Brennan, Julie Rrap, Lara Merrett, Nike Savvas, Raquel Ormella, Dorota Mytych and Tanmaya Bingham
Andrew Frost previews the 17th Biennale of Sydney, The Beauty of Distance:
Songs of survival in a precarious age.
Collector: The anonymity hunters
Helen McKenzie talks to the anonymous collectors behind the
Joyce Nissan Collection.
Art Philanthropy: Setting a wild example
Helen McKenzie interviews Neil Balnaves, the philanthropist behind the
new Wilderness exhibition series at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Art Philanthropy: How to model many hats
New York’s multi-faceted Tim Nye may be spearheading a new movement
in philanthropy reports Ingrid Periz.
Dealer: Talking ‘bout my generation
Victoria Hynes profiles Melbourne dealer John Buckley, who believes in supporting artists of his own generation.
Art Centre: Maningrida Arts & Culture
Maurice O’Riordan reports on the success of Maningrida Arts &
Culture, a centre consistently producing award-winning artists.
Prue Gibson surveys the stable at Melbourne’s Gallery
If I Could Have…
Art critic Maurice O’Riordan pares back his wishlist and selects 10 works that he would buy tomorrow if he could.
Our writers preview important upcoming art fairs this quarter, both
at home and overseas.
What’s On This Quarter
What’s on across the nation, plus state wrap reports covering the latest news and upcoming events from each region.
Inside The Covers
Andrew Frost interviews author Charlotte Klonk on what’s inside the
covers of her latest book, Spaces of Experience.
|News & Analysis|
News and views on the art world and market.
On the couch
On the couch: Nothing if not … cynical?
Maurice O’Riordan asks art critic John McDonald whether his bark
is worse than his bite.
Behind the scenes
Our writers take you behind the scenes of the Australian art world.
Agenda: Everyone’s a critic
Ingrid Periz examines the subtle shift in the language of art criticism and the impact of market forces on the way we talk about art.