Issue 194 October 2006

1. The National Aboriginal & Torres Strait 01. Islander Art Award, in Darwin: Yesterday, today and tomorrow CATH BOWDLER Linda Syddick Napaltjarri, The witch doctor and the windmill, synthetic polymer paint on linen. Courtesy of the artist and MAGNT. Photo Gilbert Herrada.

1. The National Aboriginal & Torres Strait 01. Islander Art Award, in Darwin: Yesterday, today and tomorrow CATH BOWDLER

Linda Syddick Napaltjarri, The witch doctor and the windmill, synthetic polymer paint on linen. Courtesy of the artist and MAGNT. Photo Gilbert Herrada.

2. Snapshot: Contemporary South Australian art in Adelaide CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN Installation view of Snapshot at the Experimental Art Foundation, showing on wall, left to right: Annette Bezor, Urban turbans, 2006, oil on canvas; Viv Miller, Volcano painting, 2005, oil, enamel, acrylic and pencil on canvas; mid-ground: KAB101, The Study of History, 2006, mixed media; and foreground Matthew Bradley, Storm Boy, 2006, bike parts, scrap steel and spray enamel.

2. Snapshot: Contemporary South Australian art in Adelaide CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN

Installation view of Snapshot at the Experimental Art Foundation, showing on wall, left to right: Annette Bezor, Urban turbans, 2006, oil on canvas; Viv Miller, Volcano painting, 2005, oil, enamel, acrylic and pencil on canvas; mid-ground: KAB101, The Study of History, 2006, mixed media; and foreground Matthew Bradley, Storm Boy, 2006, bike parts, scrap steel and spray enamel.

3. Artists sustaining their practice in different ways MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE Morley Grainger with work from her exhibition Rise – cooking up character. Photo David Martinelli. Courtesy of the artist.

3. Artists sustaining their practice in different ways MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE

Morley Grainger with work from her exhibition Rise – cooking up character. Photo David Martinelli. Courtesy of the artist.

4. Angela Brennan: Every morning I wake up on the wrong side of capitalism, in Melbourne KATE SANDS Angela Brennan, These are my principles, 2005, oil on linen. Courtesy of the artist, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

4. Angela Brennan: Every morning I wake up on the wrong side of capitalism, in Melbourne KATE SANDS

Angela Brennan, These are my principles, 2005, oil on linen. Courtesy of the artist, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

5. Peter's joke: Art and the Nonconformist Conscience ANDREW BRIGHTON Francis Bacon, Head II, 1949, oil on canvas. Collection of the Ulster Museum.© Estate of Francis Bacon, all rights reserved, DACS. Photo reproduced with permission of the Trustees of the National Museums of Northern Ireland.

5. Peter's joke: Art and the Nonconformist Conscience ANDREW BRIGHTON

Francis Bacon, Head II, 1949, oil on canvas. Collection of the Ulster Museum.© Estate of Francis Bacon, all rights reserved, DACS. Photo reproduced with permission of the Trustees of the National Museums of Northern Ireland.

6. Letter from Spain ALISON KUBLER Richard Serra, The matter of time, an installation of 8 sculptures, completed 2005, weatherproof steel, at the Arcelor Gallery, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. Copyright Robert Polidori, 2005. All rights reserved. Photo by Erika Ede, 2005. ©FMGB. Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa.

6. Letter from Spain ALISON KUBLER

Richard Serra, The matter of time, an installation of 8 sculptures, completed 2005, weatherproof steel, at the Arcelor Gallery, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. Copyright Robert Polidori, 2005. All rights reserved. Photo by Erika Ede, 2005. ©FMGB. Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa.

7. New Zealand pays Tribute at the Auckland Art Gallery ANDREW CLIFFORD Len Castle, Bird-headed bowl, c 1990, earthenware, alkaline copper glaze, textured exterior washed with grey pigment. Private collection, Auckland.

7. New Zealand pays Tribute at the Auckland Art Gallery ANDREW CLIFFORD

Len Castle, Bird-headed bowl, c 1990, earthenware, alkaline copper glaze, textured exterior washed with grey pigment. Private collection, Auckland.