Issue 181 July 2005

1. Mixed-up Child or Messed-up adulthood in Auckland by 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 by 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, fromBrunk!{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 in Canberra byDEBORAH HART 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 in Canberra byDEBORAH HART

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

4. Under cover of flowers by MARY EAGLE
 

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

05. 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.

05. 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 byALISON 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 byALISON 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 by 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.

7. New forgetfulness and new media art: World without end by 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 by PRUE GIBSON Prue Gibson is a freelance visual arts writer based in Sydney.  

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

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

9. 'Dangerous ground' for resale royalties byKATRINA GUNN Katrina Gunn is a lawyer who is currently a researcher in the Law Faculty of the Australian National University, Canberra.  

9. 'Dangerous ground' for resale royalties byKATRINA GUNN

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