• Art & Australia Vol. 28 No. 1 Spring 1990

Art & Australia Vol. 28 No. 1 Spring 1990



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This issue of Art & Australia coincides with the Fourth Australian Sculpture Triennial. Essays on Colonial sculpture by Tim Bonyhady, the work of Paul Raphael Montford in the early decades of this century by Jenny Zimmer, and a review by Peter Timms of the retrospective of Merric Boyd's ceramic work from 1915 until 1958, represent but three contributions to an overdue review of the history of sculpture. This issue's main focus is the selective reinforcement of the specialized showing and critical analysis of contemporary sculpture that has hitherto been left to very few institutions and to a small group of individual curators, commercial gallery directors, critics, and historians. 


The Mystery of Invention: Jim Dine's Print Portfolio - Jane Kinsman

Between Idea and Object - Ewen McDonald

Exhibition commentary: public galleries

Recent acquisitions: public galleries

Adelaide sculpture commissions - Tony Bishop

Merric Boyd: Studio Potter - Peter Timms

Tributes: Harry Tatlock Miller, Ronald Forsyth Millen

The New Mood: Killick, Armstrong & Meertens - Graeme Sturgeon

The Sun and The Moon and other stories - Geoffrey Edwards

The Art and Environment of Tom Risley - Stephen Rainbird

Transit Zone: Toni Warburton - Diane Losche

Paul Raphael Montford - Jenny Zimmer

The Politics of Colonial Sculpture - Tim Bonyhady

David Jones - Ted Snell

Time Jones: Ancient Myths and Popular Stories - Frances Lindsay

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