Issue 182 August 2005

  1. How might one live: The 51st Venice Biennale by DENNIS DEL FAVERO    Zwelethu Mthethwa [South Africa],  Flex (video still), 2002, video. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery, New York and Marco Noire Contemporary Art, Torino, Italy.

1. How might one live: The 51st Venice Biennale byDENNIS DEL FAVERO

Zwelethu Mthethwa [South Africa], Flex(video still), 2002, video. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery, New York and Marco Noire Contemporary Art, Torino, Italy.

  2. Dear Hilary

2. Dear Hilary

  3. St Petersburg 1900: Russian art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia by  ALAN R DODGE    Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin,  Winter , 1890, oil on canvas. Collection of the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.  

3. St Petersburg 1900: Russian art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia by ALAN R DODGE

Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin, Winter, 1890, oil on canvas. Collection of the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
 

  4. Book Review: Helen Ennis,  Margaret Michaelis: love, loss and photography  by  DRUSILLA MODJESKA    Helen Ennis,  Margaret Michaelis: love, loss and photography  National Gallery of Australia, 2005  250 pp $49.95 RRP

4. Book Review: Helen Ennis, Margaret Michaelis: love, loss and photography by DRUSILLA MODJESKA

Helen Ennis, Margaret Michaelis: love, loss and photography
National Gallery of Australia, 2005
250 pp $49.95 RRP

  5. Book Review: Bruce Adams,  Rustic Cubism: Anne Dangar and the Art Colony at Moly-Sabata  by  ANN STEPHEN    Bruce Adams ,  Rustic Cubism: Anne Dangar and the Art Colony at Moly-Sabata  The University of Chicago Press, 2004  284 pp $60.00 RRP

5. Book Review: Bruce Adams, Rustic Cubism: Anne Dangar and the Art Colony at Moly-Sabata by ANN STEPHEN

Bruce Adams , Rustic Cubism: Anne Dangar and the Art Colony at Moly-Sabata
The University of Chicago Press, 2004
284 pp $60.00 RRP

  6. Amazing Grace: Thoughts inspired by the Grace Cossington Smith exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra by  VIRGINIA SPATE    Grace Cossington Smith,  Bush at evening , 1947, oil on hardboard. Collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales

6. Amazing Grace: Thoughts inspired by the Grace Cossington Smith exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra by VIRGINIA SPATE

Grace Cossington Smith, Bush at evening, 1947, oil on hardboard. Collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales

  7. A fourth-dimensional emotion by  JENNY MCFARLANE    Grace Cossington Smith, Hand-drawn copy of Beatrice Irwin, Chart of ‘The Three Colour Systems with Their Subdivisions’ (in New Science of Colour, 1916), 1924, pencil, watercolour and ink. Courtesy of the Estate of Grace Cossington Smith.

7. A fourth-dimensional emotion by JENNY MCFARLANE

Grace Cossington Smith, Hand-drawn copy of Beatrice Irwin, Chart of ‘The Three Colour Systems with Their Subdivisions’ (in New Science of Colour, 1916), 1924, pencil, watercolour and ink. Courtesy of the Estate of Grace Cossington Smith.

  8. Neo-medievalism by  ADAM GECZY    Illustration: Erica Jane,  Sad apple theoretically peeled , 2005. Computer-generated image poorly pixelated for ultimate grunge quality video effect.

8. Neo-medievalism by ADAM GECZY

Illustration: Erica Jane, Sad apple theoretically peeled, 2005. Computer-generated image poorly pixelated for ultimate grunge quality video effect.