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Linde Ivimey, Jacob’s Ladder, 2006, steel armature, dyed cotton, natural fibre, cow, turkey, chicken and quail bones, black pearls. On exhibition in Old souls – new work at Martin Browne Fine Art, Potts Point, Sydney, 8 June to 2 July. Courtesy the artist and Martin Browne Fine Art, Sydney.

Issue 191
July 2006

01 Editorial DEBORAH CLARK

It’s good to be back in the Art Monthly clocktower. I had almost – but not quite – forgotten the pace of the magazine and its relentless deadlines, but it keeps us honest and on our toes. ... more >

   02 Letter from Paris ADRIAN MARTIN

Johan van der Keuken, Le 14 juillet, Ile Saint-Louis, de la série Paris mortel [14th July, Ile Saint Louis, from the series Mortal Paris], 1956-58. Collection Maison Euro... more >

   03 Red pills: Jon Cattapan's neo-urbanism DAVID HANSEN

Jon Cattapan, Church alight (East Melbourne), 1988, oil on canvas, 10 parts. Courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.

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   04 Two quiet men: Micky Garrawurra c 1940–2006 and Tom Djumburpur 1920–2006 DJON MUNDINE

Micky Garrawurra painting. © Bula’bula Arts 2006.

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   05 Jake Smallman and Carl Nyman Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN

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   06 Mick Douglas (ed) Tramjatra: Imagining Melbourne and Kolkata by tramways MARIE SIERRA

   07 Dear Hilary

The Art Monthly summer issue for 2004-05 ( #176), mentioned emerging artist Megan Seres. I was wondering a) whether this is the artist whose work appeared on the Foxtel drama Love My Way and, b) wh... more >

   08 Max Angus: A lifetime of watercolour at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery PETER TIMMS

Max Angus, Constitution Dock, c 1949, watercolour, carbon pencil and gouache. Private collection.

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   09 New York to New Plymouth: Where eye becomes ear in What sound does a color make? JOHN HURRELL

Granular-Synthesis [Kurt Hentschläger and Ulf Langheinrich], LUX, 2003, single-channel projection with sound, 20 mins. Installation at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Ze... more >

   10 The disquieting impact of The unquiet world JULIE ROBERTS

Jenny Holzer, For the centre, 2006, light projection. © Jenny Holzer 2006. Courtesy Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo John Brash.

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11 Money makes the art world go around TAMARA WINIKOFF

It’s worth paying attention to the last Federal Budget because buried in it was a very significant decision for Australian artists. At first glance it was an odd place for it, but political logic b... more >


Surely we’re dreaming
Gary Lee’s exhibition Nice coloured boys, which we reported last month as being exhibited as part of the The Dreaming – Australia’s International Indigen... more >

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