Issue 61 - Art Collector
|July - September 2012|
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|Presenting highlights from the Melbourne Art Fair including new work by Julian Hooper, Christian Thompson, Chris Heaphy, Fiona Lowry and Jud Wimhurst. |
|Art under 5k|
|Amanda Woodard hunts out affordable work from 13 top-flight artists, including John Olsen, Grant Stevens and Patricia Piccinini.|
|Yvonne Todd by Gillian Serisier |
|Annika Koops by Ashley Crawford |
|Helicopter Tjungurrayi by Sasha Grishin |
|Tony Oursler by Edward Colless |
|Collector’s Dossier: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green by Timothy Morrell |
|Critic’s choice |
|Lisa Slade introduces five artists whose work she has recently discovered.|
|Award winners |
Jane O’Sullivan presents the stand-out art prize winners of the past quarter.
|Exhibition: Interpersonal relations|
Andrew Frost interviews artistic director Catherine de Zegher on the 18th Biennale of Sydney.
Collector: Contemporary Conversions
Collector Alastair Walton tells Helen McKenzie why he traded his collection of moderns for contemporary Australian art.
Dealer: Keeping it fresh
Helen McKenzie talks to Melbourne dealer Claire Harris about how she manages to keep her stable fresh.
Art Centre: Mimili Maku
Kieran Finnane looks at the rise of painting at Mimili Maku in the APY Lands of South Australia.
Prue Gibson tells you how to get VIP access to this quarter’s hottest international art fairs.
If I Could Have…
Victoria Hynes combs commercial gallery stockrooms and selects those works she would buy tomorrow if she could.
Inside the covers
Carrie Miller talks to Tim Acker about his new book on Western Desert art.
|News & Analysis|
News and views on the art world and market.
On the couch: Melbourne’s next phase
Helen McKenzie talks to the new co-directors of the Melbourne Art Fair.
Behind the scenes
Our writers examine pressing art world issues.
Agenda: Art fairs are not museums
Ingrid Periz studies the changing role of art fairs.