• Art & Australia Vol. 30 No. 3 Autumn 1993

Art & Australia Vol. 30 No. 3 Autumn 1993



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This issue of Art and Australia accompanied the first Art and AsiaPacific, a new journal dedicated to the art of the region. As guest editor of Art and AsiaPacific Alison Carrol has selected writers from Thailand, the Philippines, Japan, and Hong Kong to present contemporary art and art issues of concern in their own countries. She also suggested commissioning a number of complementary articles for Art and Australia and essays on Asian art in the Australian context have been included. Distribution in Asia and New Zealand will allow Australian art to be showcased in these countries.


Synthetic Syntheses: Collaboration between Artistsand Architects - Nicholas Baume

Taxidermists, Musicians, Shepherds: Joan Kerr's Dictionary of Australian Artistsreviewed - Dinah Dysart

Imaging the Pacific: Bernard Smith's Imagining the Pacific reviewed - Oskar Spate

Print Forum: Claude Flight and the Colour Linocut Movement - Hendrik Kolenberg

The Art of Vivienne Binns - Joan Kerr

Peter Cripps: Questions of Meanings - John Barrett-Lennard

What is a Good Reputation Worth? Changing Definitions of the Artists - Annette Van Den Bosch

Lost in the Mix: The General and the PArticular in the Art of John Young - Rex Butler

Trading Image: Art at the 'Asia' Junction - Annette Hamilton

Asian Art in Australia: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Exhibitions, Connoisseurs and Collections - Darryl Collins

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