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Issue 183 September 2005

1. Letter from Indonesia by ALISON CARROLL On the heritage trail in Yogyakarta. Photo Sulis Indiarto, Australian Embassy, Jakarta.

1. Letter from Indonesia by ALISON CARROLL

On the heritage trail in Yogyakarta. Photo Sulis Indiarto, Australian Embassy, Jakarta.

2. Nike Savvas and Wolfgang Laib at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art by RACHEL JESSIE-RAE O'CONNOR Nike Savvas, Atomic: Full of love, full of wonder, 2005, installation of coloured polystyrene balls, at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.

2. Nike Savvas and Wolfgang Laib at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art by RACHEL JESSIE-RAE O'CONNOR

Nike Savvas, Atomic: Full of love, full of wonder, 2005, installation of coloured polystyrene balls, at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.

3. Sorry, Monica, we were not paying attention byRICHARD LARTER + FRANK WATTERS Monika Tichacek, The Shadowers 14, 2004/05, light jet print, Ed 6. Courtesy of the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne.  

3. Sorry, Monica, we were not paying attention byRICHARD LARTER + FRANK WATTERS

Monika Tichacek, The Shadowers 14, 2004/05, light jet print, Ed 6. Courtesy of the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne.
 

4. Australia and New Zealand go to Venice byPETER HILL Ricky Swallow [Australia], Salad days [detail], 2005, laminated jelutong, maple. Courtesy of the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.  

4. Australia and New Zealand go to Venice byPETER HILL

Ricky Swallow [Australia], Salad days [detail], 2005, laminated jelutong, maple. Courtesy of the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.
 

5. Andy Warhol's Time Capsules by EVE SULLIVAN Clark Gable’s shoes and other ephemera from Andy Warhol’s Time Capsule 58.

5. Andy Warhol's Time Capsules by EVE SULLIVAN

Clark Gable’s shoes and other ephemera from Andy Warhol’s Time Capsule 58.

6. Letter from New York: Child's play by ANONDA BELL Morton Bartlett, Doll, 1950-65, paint on cast plaster with synthetic hair and fabric. Collection of Dr Siri von Reis.

6. Letter from New York: Child's play by ANONDA BELL

Morton Bartlett, Doll, 1950-65, paint on cast plaster with synthetic hair and fabric. Collection of Dr Siri von Reis.

7. Letter from London by SIMEON KRONENBERG Langlands & Bell, domain, 2005, view of installation: wall painting design derived from computer animation projection of internet country codes, water soluble house paint. At Milton Keynes Gallery, Buckinghamshire, UK. Photo Jerry Hardman Jones. Courtesy of the artists and Milton Keynes Gallery.  

7. Letter from London by SIMEON KRONENBERG

Langlands & Bell, domain, 2005, view of installation: wall painting design derived from computer animation projection of internet country codes, water soluble house paint. At Milton Keynes Gallery, Buckinghamshire, UK. Photo Jerry Hardman Jones. Courtesy of the artists and Milton Keynes Gallery.
 

8. The coarse and the cleaned: Dutch Masters from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam by DANIEL THOMAS Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Self-portrait at an early age (Zelfportret op jeugdige leeftijd), c 1629, oil on wood panel. Purchased with aid from the Rembrandt Society, the Photo Commission, the Prince Bernhard Foundation and the Ministry of CRM.  

8. The coarse and the cleaned: Dutch Masters from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam by DANIEL THOMAS

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Self-portrait at an early age (Zelfportret op jeugdige leeftijd), c 1629, oil on wood panel. Purchased with aid from the Rembrandt Society, the Photo Commission, the Prince Bernhard Foundation and the Ministry of CRM.
 

9. Diamonds are forever Cape Town: Halfway to Sydney 1788 -1870 by Artist unknown, Chameleon, from the William Paterson album, 1777–79, watercolour. The Brenthurst Library, Johannesburg.  

9. Diamonds are forever Cape Town: Halfway to Sydney 1788 -1870 by

Artist unknown, Chameleon, from the William Paterson album, 1777–79, watercolour. The Brenthurst Library, Johannesburg.
 

10. Brian Finemore 1925 - 1975: The first Australian art curator by IAN MACNEILL Brian Finemore, debonair in Collins Street, Melbourne, late 1950s.  

10. Brian Finemore 1925 - 1975: The first Australian art curator by IAN MACNEILL

Brian Finemore, debonair in Collins Street, Melbourne, late 1950s.
 

11. Moment of change: The Big Picture of the visual arts and crafts in Australia by DAVID THROSBY

11. Moment of change: The Big Picture of the visual arts and crafts in Australia by DAVID THROSBY