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Gomboc Gallery and Sculpture Park is an inspiring example of vision and dedication to an artform within the private enterprise system.
Exhibition Review Scratch Works
By Gerry Wedd
Jam Factory Centre of Art and Design
Published June 1993
Conference review Pacific Arts Association
5th International Symposium
University of South Australia
Aboriginal and Torres Strait and Pacific Islander Visual Arts Week - Tandanya Aboriginal Cultural Centre
12 -17 April 1993
Looks at three locations Grizedale Forest (UK) Yorkshire Sculpture Park (UK) Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller of Otterlo (Netherlands) where one can experience sculpture within the landscape.
Extensive examination of the women's ground painting created at Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cultural Centre) for the Adelaide Festival in 1990.
You could say that much of the most interesting and demanding artwork being done today is being done by women....There are many new languages in the work of contemporary women sculptors. Important overview of the Mildura Sculpture Triennials in terms of women's representation. Great photos!
Book Review Craft in Society: An Anthology of Perspectives Noris Ioannou (ed.)
Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1992
312 pp, RRP $24.95
Exhibition Review To the Surface - Contemporary Landscape Plimsoll Gallery
Centre for the Arts Hobart Tasmania
10 - 24 January 1993
Curator Ray Arnold
Review of new series of critical monographs
Edited by Christopher Allen
Australian Artists Series
Oliver Freeman Editions 1992
This special issue does not attempt to be a national survey of sculpture. It has focussed on various centres and given others less attention, partly to balance previous material in earlier issues of Artlink of which the following are notes by way of summary.
Exhibition Review The Advantage of Isolation
Festival of Perth Artplace
Claremont Western Australia
28 January - 6 March 1993
and at the Blaxland Gallery
Sydney New South Wales
11 February - 7 March 1993
With commissions over the past year at Southgate, the Great Southern Stand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Swanston Walk and others, Melbourne's image is undergoing change. Renowned for its Victorian buildings and innumerable memorial sculptures of kings, queens, politicians and military leaders, Melbourne is now seeing contemporary sculpture in unexpected places. (Ken Scarlett)
Tony Bond, artistic director of the recent Sydney Biennale suggests that since the staging of the first Biennale in 1973 sculpture and other three dimensional art have been actively promoted in Sydney.