• Art & Australia Vol. 34 No. 3 1997

Art & Australia Vol. 34 No. 3 1997



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The natural world is the predominant theme of this issue of Art and Australia. Featuring contributions from Daniel Thomas, Paul Fox, Hetti Perkins, Djon Mundine, Dinah Dysart, Jill Beaulieu, Chris Healy, Christine France, Gary Catalano, Jane Shepherd, Jennifer Spinks, Margaret Plant, Grazia Gunn, and Elizabeth McMahon.


A Beautiful Biennale - the 10th Biennale of Sydney

From the Native Born - Art from Ramingining at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

Finding the Body - The National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award

Colonial Post Colonial - An exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art at Heide

Reimagining the Pacific - A conference in honour of Bernard Smith

A Tricky Business - Alan Krell's book on Manet

Ground Work and Land Writing - Paul Carter's The Lie of the Land

Life Drawn Lessons - The Godfrey Miller retrospective

A Natural History - An interview with Janet Dawson

I Never Promised You a Garden - The art of Deborah Russell

Chateau Mamaison - Josephine's antipodean fantasy garden and the Terre Napoléon

Compost - The desultory aesthetic of decomposable art

The Magnificent Seven - The imaginary worlds of Domenico de Clario

Australia Crossed-Over - Images of cross-dressing in Australian art and Culture

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