October 2006 Issue 194

  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: CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN,  ADELAIDE    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: CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN, ADELAIDE

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: KATE SANDS,  Melbourne    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: KATE SANDS, Melbourne

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