Contributors

Mary Knights

Mary Knights is the Director of the SASA Gallery at the University of South Australia

Articles

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A world between: a survey of prints by Milan Milojevic
Curators: Maria Kunda, Paul Zika Plimsoll Gallery
Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania
This Asian Century
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John Barbour
John Barbour (1954-2011), a complex, intelligent and much loved South Australian artist and academic, was in the prime of his life and at the height of his career when he died on Sunday 17 April 2011.
Indigenous: Beauty & Terror
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The dramatic tensions of some place: Mary Scott
Tasmania-based Mary Scott's art ranges across media from traditional to cutting edge. Sometimes she meticulously paints oil on linen from digitally devised imagery, at other times she uses multiple inkjet prints as the final work. Focusing on Scott's 2007 exhibition Some Place at Criterion Gallery in Hobart, Mary Knights describes her hallucinogenic and unheimlich works as depicting 'with detachment and clarity the spectrum of human fragility.'
Currents III
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David Keeling: Narrative, Sweet Narrative
Narrative, Sweet Narrative David Keeling Bett Gallery, Hobart
Fallout
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To Begin With: Five Tasmanian Artists
Bett Gallery, North Hobart 28 November - 24 December 2003 Curated by Richard Wasteil
Adelaide and Beyond
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Myth and Machines
Andy Jones Moonah Art Centre Tasmania 16 - 28 February 2001
Art and Childhood
Touch Don't Touch
Exhibition review Tangibility Claire Barclay, John R Neeson, Stephen Bush & Jan Nelson Plimsoll Gallery and Powder Magazine, Hobart 10 - 31 May 1996
Indigenous Arts of the Pacific
Wanton Fruits
Exhibition review Barbie Kjar Dick Bett Gallery, Salamanca Place, Hobart Tasmania 26 November - 10 December 1996
Australian Design
Historical Incisions
Exhibition Review Intervention 4: Michael Schlitz Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery 3 February - 2 March 1997
Art & Medicine
To Have or to Hold
Containment Debra Dawes, Zsolt Faludi, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Carlier Makigawa, Susan Norrie, Mary Scott. Curator: Clare Bond. Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart 12 April -2 May, 1997 University Gallery. Launceston 2 - 31 July, 1997 Reviewed by Mary Knights
Looking at the Republic
Megan Keating: Schema
Exhibition review Megan Keating: Schema Dunce Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania
Emerging Artists
Pillow Songs: Poonkhin Khut
Exhibition Review Pillow Songs: Poonkhin Khut Sidespace Gallery Salamanca Arts Centre Hobart Tasmania January 1 - 30 1998
Public Art in Australia
Specific Times and Particular Places: Recent Public Art in Tasmania
Recently there has been a surge of vigorous and challenging public art produced in Tasmania. As well as creating their own opportunities, Tasmanian artists have participated in a wide range of projects facilitated by local and State Governments, festival organisers, corporate entities and private benefactors...engaging with diverse audiences, specific times and particular places.
Public Art in Australia
Bendigo Art Gallery Australian Body Art Festival NAVA Samstag