• Art & Australia Vol. 39 No. 2 Summer 2001

Art & Australia Vol. 39 No. 2 Summer 2001



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Baths, pools, and areas of communal assembly are the principal themes of this issue of Art & Australia. The connection between water, light, and the artist. Their vision through which community and culture intermingle is realized in the art they produce. 


Monet and Japan - Fragments of one 'floating world'

Visions of a Republic - The work of Lucien Henry

Resonating: Denise Green - A synergy of form and feeling

Peter Purves Smith 1912-1949 - An exemplary exhibition

Hany Armanious - Prostrated offerings

Colin McCahon at the NGV - Mixed messages

Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford - Time, light and water

Simone Mangos - Anti-monuments and quiet memorials

Erich Buchholz - The inconvenient footnote in art history

Finoa Hall's A Folly for Mrs Macquarie

Helen Geier - Chance and other games

Brett Colquhoun - The lure of light: An interview

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