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Issue 201
July 2007



01 Editorial

The Art Monthly Australia team has moved back to our beloved Clocktower office at the ANU School of Art after three-and-a-half months as refugees at the ANU School of Music. We are glad to be home,... more >

02 Stop Press

Going Dutch

A seventeenth-century Dutch painting was stolen from the Art Gallery of New South Wales on the morning of 10 June. The work, Frans van Mieris I A cavalier (self portrait) 1657/5... more >


   03 Hall of mirrors: Anne Zahalka portraits 1987-2007 in Melbourne OLIVIA POLONI

Anne Zahalka, The girls #2, 2007, type C photograph

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   04 Hany Armanious: Morphic resonance in Brisbane ALISON KUBLER

Hany Armanious, Selflok, 1994-2001, hotmelt, mixed media. The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery Collection. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

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   05 Winners are grinners in Perth

David Griggs, Gacy habitat, 2005, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, installation view at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Courtesy of the artist and Kaliman Gallery, Sydney.

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   06 Letter from New York DENISE GREEN

Sol LeWitt, Curved wall with towers, 2005. Madison Square Park, New York. Courtesy of the Madison Square Park Conservancy.

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   07 The Idea, the Universal and the global: two days in Paris IAN MCLEAN

More than any other city, Paris invests an enormous amount of energy, commitment and money into visual art as if to shore up its cultural capital from fears of deflation. This formidable cultural c... more >


   08 Mixed commotions: Turbulence: the 3rd Auckland Triennial JOHN HURRELL

Julian Hooper, Liliu (detail), 2006, various media on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland.

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   09 Urs Fischer: a surprising twist on Cockatoo Island, Sydney GINA FAIRLEY

Urs Fischer, Installation (detail), 2007, Cockatoo Island, Sydney. Courtesy of the artist and Kaldor Art Projects. Photo Jenny Hare.

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   10 Leigh Hobba The space of presence in Hobart BEC TUDOR

Leigh Hobba, Still from This is a song about Hobart and some of the people who live here, 1982, performance, Hobart.

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   11 The king of quirk: Stephen Birch: Looking out my back door in Sydney ADAM GECZY

Stephen Birch, Untitled, 2005, fibreglass, polyurethane, acrylic, oil paint, hair, two parts. Photo Stephen Birch.

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