Issue 62 - Art Collector
|October - December 2012|
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|Presenting new work by Prudence Flint, Sally Ross, Neil Frazer, Zhong Chen and Andrew McIlroy.|
|Dan rule introduces us to the work of up-and-comer Lucas Grogan.|
|Bill Henson by John McDonald|
|Deidre But-Husaim by Louise Martin-Chew|
|Timothy Cook by Timothy Morrell|
|Megan Keating by Briony Downes|
|Rohan Wealleans by John Hurrell|
|Michael Lindeman by Courtney Kidd|
|Collector's dossier: John Beard by Peter Hill |
|Critic’s choice |
|Christine Morrow takes us to the badlands of Australia.|
|NATSIAA's pick of the crop|
Our writers and critics present their highlights from this year's National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.
|Collector: Down the rabbit hole|
Jane O'Sullivan interviews renowned Sydney collectors Colin and Eilzabeth Laverty.
Dealer: A floating raft in the desert
Kieran Finnane talks to Alice Springs dealer Dallas Gold about the ambitious plans of his gallery Raft Artspace.
Art Centre: Kaltjiti Arts
Sara White reports on the latest APY Lands art centre to find favour with galleries and collectors in the cities.
Beatrice Spence discovers why Art Basel Miami Beach has such a reputation for being cool.
If I Could Have…
Louise Martin-Chew presents her wishlist.
Inside the covers
Jane O'Sullivan talks to Michael Findlay about his new book on how decisions are made about art's vaule.
|News & Analysis|
News and views on the art world and market.
People: The Sydney challenge
Beatrice Spence interviews the director of Australia's newest art fair.
Behind the scenes
Our writers examine pressing art world issues.
Agenda: How parochial are we?
Ingrid Periz investigates the supposed parochialism among Australian art collectors.