Published 01 December 2020
On July 29 2005 the Prime Minister, John Howard, was guest of honour at the annual Australian Business Foundation for the Arts (AbaF) Awards Dinner. Joanna Mendelssohn reports on the event.
Current trends in image reproduction, addressed through the introduction of giclee technology and industry. Neylon deals with issues of prints authenticity and some of the controversial debates surfacing within Australias art community.
Published September 2005
Degenerates and Perverts: The 1939 Herald Exhibition of French and British Contemporary Art
by Eileen Chanin and Steven Miller, with an introduction by Judith Pugh
Miegunyah Press, 2005, RRP $69.95
Reviewed by Paula Furby
Niagara Galleries, Melbourne
1 April - 3 May 2005
Pantjiti Mary McLean: A Big Story, Paintings and drawings 1992 - 2005
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc., Adelaide
7 May 7 August 2005
QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Brisbane
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne
25 - 30 April 2005
Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide
14 July - 13 August, 2005
Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
29 June - 24 July 2005
The Long March A Walking Visual Display is an international collaboration involving over 250 Chinese and international artists taking place along 20 sites of the historical Long March. Each site was chosen for its symbolic import; the Long March was tatooed onto Qin Ga's back transforming his body into both an artwork and a Long March object.
Architecturally-trained artist Richard Goodwin regards built and urban spaces as his performative stage. He has sought out parks, passageways, plazas, under and overpasses and other connective, forgotten and in-between spaces to insert an often absurdist mark of his presence.
Ese Jaske Gallery, Sydney, 23 March - 16 April 2005
This article outlines a radical new model for arts funding in Australia which will seek to adequately address many of the economic and creative necessities of young and established artists. Hall clearly sets out the proposal for the model, pointing out the four wings which would come into place to assist various sectors of the creative industries including Visual Arts, Literature, Crafts and Composition and Choreography and would replace both existing Fellowships and New Works Grants.
Founded as recently as 1888 the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum in Wharfedale was by reputation the biggest madhouse in Western Europe, and Brooks small village lay huddled beside it. Brook tells the story of living in sin, celebacy and the wall that proposed a division between madness and sanity.