Issue 9 - Art Collector

July-September 1999
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Dossier: John Brack
Judith White surveys the art, life and career of the late John Brack.

Dale Frank
Lauded overseas but often spurned at home, Dale Frank gave an exclusive interview to Andrew Frost.

News & Features

Collector: Kym Bonython
When bushfire claimed his unique collection, Kym Bonython simply started all over again. Samela Harris reports.

Gallerist: Philip Bacon
Brisbane’s Philip Bacon reflects on 25 years of successful art dealing. Sally Butler reports.

Michael Johnson: Painting Out of Chaos
Paul McGillick charts the journey that has led Johnson to his latest abstract works.

Noel McKenna: Artists’ Artist
With new works on show in Melbourne, Felicity Fenner considers the powerful effects and lingering imagery of the art of one our most promising painters.

Private Collections on Public View
A new exhibition in Sydney documents the legacy of Sydney’s art world leviathans of the 60s and 70s.

Venice Biennale: High Times, High Art
The world’s pre-eminent exhibition is on again and Ben Crawford profiles the artists, the sights and the city.

Faked or ‘Shared Dreaming’?
Australian Art Collector unravels the issues behind the recent controversy in the Indigenous art market.

Boyd in London: A Friend Remembers
Bryan Robertson, curator of Arthur Boyd’s landmark 1962 London retrospective, pays tribute to his late friend.

Young Curators: Devoted and Desiring
Scott Brown talks to five promising curators about the nature of their work and their aspirations for their chosen career.

That Magic Four Letter Word: Fake!
Recent revelations over fakes are nothing new to the Australian art market, writes Terry Ingram.

How Art Stacks Up
David Langsam reports that fine art has produced spectacular long-term returns.