• Art & Australia Vol. 39 No. 4 Winter 2002

Art & Australia Vol. 39 No. 4 Winter 2002



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The impact of death on art and the artist is explored in this issue of Art & Australia. Clay Lucas remembers his father Mike Brown's objections to efforts separating art from ordinary life. Stephanie Radok reviews Pip stoke's, 'Memento Mori', an exhibition born from the death of a parent. As well, in this issue is art that relates to the everyday, what grows out of an intensely lived and culturally informed artistic expression.


Fiona Foley - Black cockatoo

Frida Kahlo in Australia

William Robinson Retrospective

Joy Hester in Canberra and at Heide

Tribute - Frank Hodgkinson

Pip Stokes- Unfolding the night

International exposure of Aboriginal Art 1970 - 2001

Keith Haring in Australia, 1984

Peter Atkins - Finding beauty in the everyday

Stella Bown - A passion for art and life

Mike Brown - 'Art: An unforgivably dull subject'

The romantic world of Telfer Dennis

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