Issue 6 - Art Collector
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|John Young: Ghosts On Canvas|
|Andrew Frost profiles one of Australia’s most enigmatic contemporary artists, his work, background and inspirations.|
|Collector’s Dossier: Donald Friend|
|Dossier charts the who, what, where and why of Australia’s most significant artists. This issue Judith White profiles the ‘Duke of Bali’, Donald Friend.|
|News & Features|
|Gallerist: Rosyln Oxley: Turning the Other Chic|
In 1982 she brought a little slice of Soho to Paddington, and took Australian contemporary art to the world. She tells all to Michael Hutak.
Collector: Joseph Brown: Doyen of Dealers
Jeff Makin gained exclusive access to the masterpiece filled home of the legendary art dealer, collector, and patron, Dr Joseph Brown.
Sherman-Wright Art Index
Access Economic’s benchmarks of the Australian art market, exclusive to Australian Art Collector.
Value for Money: The Art of Valuation
Benjamin Genocchio guides collectors through the valuation process and reports on new changes which affect the giving or bequeathing of artworks.
All Fired Up!
Joanna Bolte asks aficionados of ceramics why collecting these fragile and exquisite objects so satisfies them.
Survey: Prints Unlimited
The works of renowned Australian artist are available to anyone who explores limited edition prints, reports Jodi Thiessen.
Old Masters in the Antipodes
Rembrandts are in reach in the growing local market for old master drawings, prints and etchings. Courtney Kidd reports.
60s Abstraction: Back in Vogue
Sally Butler reports that works by Australia’s abstract painters from the 60s are underrated, undervalued and under a hammer near you!
A Cautionary Tale of Art Booms Past
Terry Ingram continues his historical look at the Australian art market with part one of a new series on significant art sales of the twentieth century.
A Sculptural Evolution
Since emmigrating from Russia in the early 1980s’ Larissa Smagarinsky has become one of the country’s leading sculptors, reports Anne Sarzin.
Andrew Frost went looking for art in New Zealand’s most cosmopolitan city and found much to enjoy.