July 2005 Issue 181

  1  Mixed-up Child  or Messed-up adulthood in Auckland: JOHN HURRELL   Grayson Perry,  Interior conflict , 2004, glazed ceramic. Collection of Jay Ecklund, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

1 Mixed-up Child or Messed-up adulthood in Auckland: JOHN HURRELL

Grayson Perry, Interior conflict, 2004, glazed ceramic. Collection of Jay Ecklund, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

  2 The legacy of Eduardo Palozzi 1924 - 2005: byRYAN JOHNSTON   Eduardo Paolozzi,  Evadne in green dimension , 1972, screenprint,lithograph and mixed media on paper, from Brunk! {screenprint version or original collage]. Collection Tate Britain, London. Courtesy of DACS

2 The legacy of Eduardo Palozzi 1924 - 2005: byRYAN JOHNSTON

Eduardo Paolozzi, Evadne in green dimension, 1972, screenprint,lithograph and mixed media on paper, fromBrunk!{screenprint version or original collage]. Collection Tate Britain, London. Courtesy of DACS

  3  Robert Boynes: True Fictions : DEBORAH HART,  Canberra    Robert Boynes,  The Great Divide/ in place and time , 1997, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Courtesy the artist and Canberra Museum and Gallery

3 Robert Boynes: True Fictions: DEBORAH HART, Canberra

Robert Boynes, The Great Divide/ in place and time, 1997, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Courtesy the artist and Canberra Museum and Gallery

  4 Under cover of flowers: MARY EAGLE    Margaret Preston,  Banksia , 1927, oil on canvas. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Licenced by VISCOPY

4 Under cover of flowers: MARY EAGLE

Margaret Preston, Banksia, 1927, oil on canvas. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Licenced by VISCOPY

  5 In memoriam: (Rita) Joan Brassil 1919 - 2005: bySUSAN BEST   Sandy Edwards, Joan Brassil with her wind harp,  A tether of time , 2001, in the sculpture garden at Campbelltown Arts Centre, Western Sydney in 2002

5 In memoriam: (Rita) Joan Brassil 1919 - 2005: bySUSAN BEST

Sandy Edwards, Joan Brassil with her wind harp, A tether of time, 2001, in the sculpture garden at Campbelltown Arts Centre, Western Sydney in 2002

  6 The allure of Albion in Adelaide:  Island to Empire: 300 years of British art 1550 - 1850 : ALISON INGLIS   Cornelius Ketel,  Richard Goodricke of Ribston, Yorkshire ,c 1578, oil on oak panel. Art Gallery of South Australia, Roy & Majory Edwards Bequest Fund 2004

6 The allure of Albion in Adelaide: Island to Empire: 300 years of British art 1550 - 1850: ALISON INGLIS

Cornelius Ketel, Richard Goodricke of Ribston, Yorkshire,c 1578, oil on oak panel. Art Gallery of South Australia, Roy & Majory Edwards Bequest Fund 2004

  7 New forgetfulness and new media art:  World without end : JOHN MATEER   Christian Boustani,  A viagem,  , 1998, 35mm, 2D and 3D computer animation/DVD, colour stereo sound, 10 mins. Courtesy of the artist and Heure Exquisite!, Paris   8 Is arts criticism relevant? Some thoughts for Sydney: PRUE GIBSON   Prue Gibson is a freelance visual arts writer based in Sydney.   9 'Dangerous ground' for resale royalties: KATRINA GUNN   Katrina Gunn is a lawyer who is currently a researcher in the Law Faculty of the Australian National University, Canberra

7 New forgetfulness and new media art: World without end: JOHN MATEER

Christian Boustani, A viagem, , 1998, 35mm, 2D and 3D computer animation/DVD, colour stereo sound, 10 mins. Courtesy of the artist and Heure Exquisite!, Paris

8 Is arts criticism relevant? Some thoughts for Sydney: PRUE GIBSON

Prue Gibson is a freelance visual arts writer based in Sydney.

9 'Dangerous ground' for resale royalties: KATRINA GUNN

Katrina Gunn is a lawyer who is currently a researcher in the Law Faculty of the Australian National University, Canberra