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Suzanne Spunner

Suzanne Spunner is a Melbourne-based playwright and critic

Articles

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Problematic artworks or my doctor told me to take up painting to help me cope with the panic attacks
Suzanne Spunner, a graduate of Melbourne University's Art Authentication Program at the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, writes about the successful landmark prosecution of Pamela and Ivan Liberto for forging Rover Thomas paintings in November 2007. Meanwhile in April 2008 artist Nat Thomas, half of the art duo Nat and Ali, in an exhibition entitled 'Appropriation: how appropriate is it?', made and showed fake Rover Thomas paintings as an art prank. 'My doctor told me to take up painting to help cope with the panic attacks' is a quote by Pamela Liberto from the transcript of the case, appropriated by Nat Thomas as the title for one of her fake Rover Thomas works.
Currents III
Making and Breaking
Exhibition review Cross Fibre Lia Gill Pam Lofts and NT women working with fibre 24 Hour Art Darwin, Northern Territory 18 August - 2 September 1995
Taste Meets Kitsch
Samstag NAVA Bendigo Art Gallery