This Month's cover :
David Malangi Daymirringu, The Catfish dance, c 1980s, natural pigments on eucalyptus bark. In the exhibition, No ordinary place: The art of David Malangi at the National Gallery of Australia until 7 November.

Issue 173
September 2004

   1. JOHN CONOMOS - Antonioni
Still from Blow Up , 1966, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, with Vanessa Regrave and Davind Hemmings. Courtesy of the Sydney Film Festival.... more >

2. JOHN MATEER - Sonnets from the Portuguese

   3. ELIZABETH LAWSON: Book Review - The Bird Man: The Extraordinary Story of John Gould by Isabella Tree
Ebury Press, 2003 246 pp $49.95 RRP, $23.95 paperback (An earlier edition of this book was published by Barrie & Johnson in 1991 as The Ruling Passion of John Gould: A Biography of the Bird Man.<... more >

4. ANN McMAHON: Book Review - Uncharted Waters by Daniel Connell (Ed)

   5. KATE DAVIDSON - stripTEASE: Max Pam Photography from Perth to Sydney
Max Pam, Baker's children, Kashmir,1977, silver gelatin photograph. Collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia.... more >

6. DANIEL THOMAS - Anti-Archibald: Doing the Doug Moran

   7. MARY EAGLE: The man who looked after everyone: No ordinary place: The art of David Malangi in Canberra
David Malangi Daymirringu, Dhamala Story (Sea Eagle, Catfish and King Brown Snake), 1983, natural pigments on eucalyptus bark. Collection of the Art Gallery of New south Wales, Sydney. Photo Br... more >

   8. JANINE BURKE: Penetralia: Art and psychoanalysis in Melbourne 1940 2004
Albert Tucker, Psycho, Heidelberg Military Hospital, 27 September 1942, 1942, carabon pencil, coloured wax crayons, brown pastel, gouache on paper. Collection of the Australian War Memorial, Ca... more >

   9. TIM BONYHADY: Woodchipping the spirit of Tasmania
Peter Dombrovskis, Lake Oberon, Western Arthur Range, southwest Tasmania, 1988, colour photograph. Courtesy of Liz Dombrovskis, West Wind Press, Hobart, and the National Library of Australia, C... more >

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