• Art & Australia Vol. 37 No. 2 Icons and Identities December 1999

Art & Australia Vol. 37 No. 2 Icons and Identities December 1999



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States of being are not fixed. Icons should be questioned, critiqued, deconstructed. Represented in this issue are people from various sectors of the art world who have achieved iconic status as individuals: Clarice Beckett, Arthur Boyd, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Lin Onus, Mirka Mora, Chandler Coventry, and Bernard Smith, to name a few. 


Rave on, Richard - Larter's 70 years of energy and passion

Clarice Beckett's Open Road - The unseen in the familiar

Making the Absent Present - Australian war memorials

Signs of Life - Melbourne International Biennial 1999

48th Venice Biennale 1999

Millenial icons for Australia

Seeing the light

Linda Sproul, Tom Roberts and the White Woman Project

Traditions of representing the land in Aboriginal art

Mirka Mora - Icons, memory and metamorphosis

Asian-Australian Artists - Cultural shifts in Australia

Chandler Coventry - A beautiful obessions

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