Issue 73 - Art Collector
|July - September 2015|
We present work by established artists that you will be surprised to learn is available for less than $5,000.
Adam Norton: The scientist
Carrie Miller on Adam Norton's scientific approach to art.
Karen Black: Beautiful tragedies
Prue Gibson discovers the beauty and pathos in Karen Black's paintings.
Stanislava Pinchuk: Mapping a connection
Jo Higgins talks to Stanislava Pinchuk about her recent pinhole works.
Angus McDonald: Lessons from history
Painter Angus McDonald talks to Louse Martin-Chew about exploring beauty, life and light.
Ellarose Savage: The Savage Sea
Jane Raffan introduces the practice of Indigenous ceramicist Ellarose Savage.
Campbell Patterson: Curious Poetry
Melissa Keys delves into the unusual practice of multidisciplinary artist Campbell Patterson.
Collector's Dossier: Gretchen Albrecht: Curves of enclosure
Laurence Simmons looks at the five-decade long painting practice of New Zealand artist Gretchen Albrecht.
|Also in this issue...|
Presenting the recent work of established artists Jackson Slattery, Joan Ross and James Guppy.
Introducing the work of Stella Corkery, Amber Boardman, Sarah Contos, Conway Ginger and Will French.
Here we present work by established artists that you will be surprised to learn is available for less than $5,000.
Helen McKenzie talks to Melbourne dealer Lisa Fehily about doing it her way.
Beatrice Spence talks to Barry Keldoulis, director of Sydney Contemporary, about what collectors can expect from the fair.
Jo Higgins talks to you through collecting artist books.