Issue 177 March 2005

01. Book Review, Patrick Hall, Grace Cochrane, by ANNE BRENNAN   Tall stories from the art world, 1993, cabinet, MDF, enamel paints, block-printing ink. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Photo Peter Whyte. Craftsman House, an imprint of Thames &Hudson, Australia, 2004 64 pp $39.95 RRP

01. Book Review, Patrick Hall, Grace Cochrane, by ANNE BRENNAN
 

Tall stories from the art world, 1993, cabinet, MDF, enamel paints, block-printing ink. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Photo Peter Whyte.

Craftsman House, an imprint of Thames &Hudson, Australia, 2004
64 pp $39.95 RRP

2. Book Review: Cindy Sherman: Retrospective, Cruz, Smith and Jones, by KATHRYN WEIR Thames & Hudson, 1997, preprinted 2003.  219 pp $79.00 RRP

2. Book Review: Cindy Sherman: Retrospective, Cruz, Smith and Jones, by KATHRYN WEIR

Thames & Hudson, 1997, preprinted 2003. 
219 pp $79.00 RRP

3. Book Review: The Art of Bill Viola, Chris Townsend (ed) by KATE DAVIDSON Thames & Hudson, 2004 224 pp $40.00 RRP

3. Book Review: The Art of Bill Viola, Chris Townsend (ed) by KATE DAVIDSON

Thames & Hudson, 2004 224 pp $40.00 RRP

4. Arte Moris: Free Art School in Dili, East Timor by ADAM GARTRELL & CHRISTIAN TANCRED A group of junior Arte Moris students painting, 2004. Photo Adam Gartrell

4. Arte Moris: Free Art School in Dili, East Timor by ADAM GARTRELL & CHRISTIAN TANCRED

A group of junior Arte Moris students painting, 2004. Photo Adam Gartrell

5. Anonymity and memory: The public art of Christopher Trotter by STEPHEN WRIGHT Christopher Trotter, Sparky, 1996, recycled steel.  

5. Anonymity and memory: The public art of Christopher Trotter by STEPHEN WRIGHT

Christopher Trotter, Sparky, 1996, recycled steel.
 

6. Countering the Egyptian effect: The Melbourne International Arts Festival Visual Arts Program bu JOHN MATEER   Illustration by Erica Jane.  

6. Countering the Egyptian effect: The Melbourne International Arts Festival Visual Arts Program bu JOHN MATEER
 

Illustration by Erica Jane.
 

7. 'My, sir does know what he wants' by REX BUTLER Destiny Deacon, Oz games - under the spell of the tall poppies, 1998/2003, light jet print from Polaroid. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery. A survey exhibition Destiny Deacon: Walk & don't look blakwas at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, from 26 November last year to 30 January this year. 

7. 'My, sir does know what he wants' by REX BUTLER

Destiny Deacon, Oz games - under the spell of the tall poppies, 1998/2003, light jet print from Polaroid. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.

A survey exhibition Destiny Deacon: Walk & don't look blakwas at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, from 26 November last year to 30 January this year. 

8. Scoping our SCAPE: Assessing the Third Biennial in Christchurch by JOHN HURRELL Reuben Paterson, Whakatata mai: Do you see what I see?, 2004, installation at Riccarton House & Bush, Putaringamotu, shown in SCAPE: From a different angle. Courtesy of the artist.  

8. Scoping our SCAPE: Assessing the Third Biennial in Christchurch by JOHN HURRELL

Reuben Paterson, Whakatata mai: Do you see what I see?, 2004, installation at Riccarton House & Bush, Putaringamotu, shown in SCAPE: From a different angle. Courtesy of the artist.
 

9. James Gleeson: Beyond the screen of sight at the National Gallery of Victoria by CHRISTOPHER HEATHCOTE James Gleeson, We inhabit the corrosive littoral of habit, 1940, oil on canvas. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, anonymous gift, 1941.  

9. James Gleeson: Beyond the screen of sight at the National Gallery of Victoria by CHRISTOPHER HEATHCOTE

James Gleeson, We inhabit the corrosive littoral of habit, 1940, oil on canvas. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, anonymous gift, 1941.
 

10. Emma Minnie Boyd: The invisible artist at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery by BRENDA NIALL   Emma Minnie Boyd, An afternoon nap, 1874, watercolour on paper. Private collection.  

10. Emma Minnie Boyd: The invisible artist at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery by BRENDA NIALL
 

Emma Minnie Boyd, An afternoon nap, 1874, watercolour on paper. Private collection.
 

11. Kayimwagakimi: The painting of Raelene Kerinauia and Pedro Wonaeamirri by MARIELLE SCHWERIN   Pedro Wonaeamirri, Pwoja - Pukamani body paint design, 2004, natural ochres on linen. Courtesy of Jilamara Arts & Craft and the artist. Photo Peter Eve.  

11. Kayimwagakimi: The painting of Raelene Kerinauia and Pedro Wonaeamirri by MARIELLE SCHWERIN
 

Pedro Wonaeamirri, Pwoja - Pukamani body paint design, 2004, natural ochres on linen. Courtesy of Jilamara Arts & Craft and the artist. Photo Peter Eve.
 

12. Finola Jones: Artificially reconstructed habitatsat the Canberra Contemporary Art Space by EVE SULLIVAN   Installation photograph of Finola Jones: Artificially reconstructed habitats, 2004, at the Canberra Contemporary Art Space.  

12. Finola Jones: Artificially reconstructed habitatsat the Canberra Contemporary Art Space by EVE SULLIVAN
 

Installation photograph of Finola Jones: Artificially reconstructed habitats, 2004, at the Canberra Contemporary Art Space.
 

13. Book Review Angus Trumble A Brief History of the Smile by GEOFFREY HEITHERSAY   Allen & Unwin, 2004 226 pp $35RRP

13. Book Review Angus Trumble A Brief History of the Smile by GEOFFREY HEITHERSAY
 

Allen & Unwin, 2004
226 pp $35RRP

14. Natural disasters in São Paolo by ADAM GECZY   David Haines & Joyce Hinterding, Purple rain, still from digital video, 2004. Courtesy of the artists. 

14. Natural disasters in São Paolo by ADAM GECZY
 

David Haines & Joyce Hinterding, Purple rain, still from digital video, 2004. Courtesy of the artists. 

15. Book Review: Paul Carter Material Thinking: The Theory and Practice of Creative Research by PENNY CRASWELL   Melbourne University Press, 2004 264 pp $49.95 RRP (paperback)  

15. Book Review: Paul Carter Material Thinking: The Theory and Practice of Creative Research by PENNY CRASWELL
 

Melbourne University Press, 2004
264 pp $49.95 RRP (paperback)