November 2004

  1. ADAM GECZY: Video magic at the Performance Space, Sydney.     John Gillies,  The Mary Stuart Tapes , 2000, still from singe channel DVD projection. Performer Clare Grant. Courtesy of the artist and Performance Space, Sydney.  

1. ADAM GECZY: Video magic at the Performance Space, Sydney.
 

John Gillies, The Mary Stuart Tapes, 2000, still from singe channel DVD projection. Performer Clare Grant. Courtesy of the artist and Performance Space, Sydney.
 

  2. DONALD RICHARDSON: An argument for resale royalty for artists   JErica Seccombe,  Stretching the dollar , 2004, computer-generated drawing. Copyright of Art Monthly Australia, October 2004.

2. DONALD RICHARDSON: An argument for resale royalty for artists

JErica Seccombe, Stretching the dollar, 2004, computer-generated drawing. Copyright of Art Monthly Australia, October 2004.

  3. KEN SCARLETT: Sculpture, sculpture, and more sculpture!   Robert Owen (artist), with Denton Corker Marshall (architects),  Webb Bridge , 2003, Docklands, Melbourne.

3. KEN SCARLETT: Sculpture, sculpture, and more sculpture!

Robert Owen (artist), with Denton Corker Marshall (architects), Webb Bridge, 2003, Docklands, Melbourne.

  4. SARAH THOMAS: A philanthropic milestone: TarraWarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley, Victoria   Installation detail from the exhibition  Echo  at TarraWarra Museum of Art, showing William Delafield Cook,  Hanging Rock , 1985, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, collection of TarraWarra Art Museum (top); and unknown maker,  Sofa  (part of a drawing-room suite), c.1865,  blackwood  (Acacia melanoxion) and silk. Collection of the National Gallery of Victoria (bottom). Photo Jenna Blyth.  

4. SARAH THOMAS: A philanthropic milestone: TarraWarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley, Victoria

Installation detail from the exhibition Echo at TarraWarra Museum of Art, showing William Delafield Cook, Hanging Rock, 1985, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, collection of TarraWarra Art Museum (top); and unknown maker, Sofa (part of a drawing-room suite), c.1865, blackwood (Acacia melanoxion) and silk. Collection of the National Gallery of Victoria (bottom). Photo Jenna Blyth.
 

  5. MAURICE O'RIORDAN: Sky train: The 21st NATSIAA in Darwin   Flora Nulyarima Napaljarri Hotl,  Train , 2004, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Julalikari Arts. Photo Gilbert Herrada, MAGNT.  

5. MAURICE O'RIORDAN: Sky train: The 21st NATSIAA in Darwin

Flora Nulyarima Napaljarri Hotl, Train, 2004, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Julalikari Arts. Photo Gilbert Herrada, MAGNT.
 

  6. ANONDA BELL: Letter from New York:(Un)Conventional Art     Icon doll of the Pants of Fire organisation. Photo Anonda Bell.

6. ANONDA BELL: Letter from New York:(Un)Conventional Art
 

Icon doll of the Pants of Fire organisation. Photo Anonda Bell.

  7. STEPHEN HALEY:  Three colours: Gordon Bennett and Peter Robinson  at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne   Gordon Bennett,  Self portrait (but I always wanted to be one of the good guys) , 1990, oil on canvas. Private collection. Courtesy of the artist and Bellas Milani Gallery, Brisbane.

7. STEPHEN HALEY: Three colours: Gordon Bennett and Peter Robinson at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne

Gordon Bennett, Self portrait (but I always wanted to be one of the good guys), 1990, oil on canvas. Private collection. Courtesy of the artist and Bellas Milani Gallery, Brisbane.

  8. ANNE SANDERS:  Hilarie Mais: Survey of works 1974 – 2004  at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra   Installation detail from the exhibition  HIlarie Mais: Survey of works 1974 - 2004 , at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra.  

8. ANNE SANDERS: Hilarie Mais: Survey of works 1974 – 2004 at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra

Installation detail from the exhibition HIlarie Mais: Survey of works 1974 - 2004, at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra.