• Art & Australia Vol. 31 No. 2 Summer 1993

Art & Australia Vol. 31 No. 2 Summer 1993

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This issue of Art and Australia concludes the year during which the magazine has been supplemented by Art and AsiaPacific. Following this issue Art and AsiaPacific is established as an independent, stand-alone journal. This issue celebrates this achievement in its essays and commentary.


World Art Farm: The 45th Venice Biennale -Jonathan Turner

Of His Bones Are Coral Made: The Bea Maddock retrospective - Martin Terry

The Aboriginal Art Movement: Wally Caruana's landmark book - Vivien Johnson

Smith on Smith on Counihan: Terry Smith reviews Bernard Smith's book on Noel Counihan - Terry Smith

Bleak City: Melbourne Report - Charles Green

Winter's Tale: Perth Report - Ted Snell

Artist-Run Alternatives: Adelaide Report - Ken Bolton

Dick Watkins: The eighties and after - Ingrid Periz

Designing Women: Modernism in Art in Australian and The Home - Caroline Jordan

Gulf War Art: How the Australian War Memorial represented the war - Anne Gray

Positioning the Post-Colonial Subject: History and memory in the Art of Gordon Bennett - Jeanette Hoorn

Coming Up: The lowdown art of Mikala Dwyer - Felicity Fenner

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