June 2007 Issue 200

  1 EDITORIAL: DEBORAH CLARK    2 STOP PRESS; GRAB ME A GONDOLA, AND WHILE IN EUROPE... BY INVITATION

1 EDITORIAL: DEBORAH CLARK

2 STOP PRESS; GRAB ME A GONDOLA, AND WHILE IN EUROPE... BY INVITATION

  3 Howard Arkley: CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN,  Sydney    Howard Arkley,  Suburban interior,  1983, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, the Baillieu Myer Collection of the 80s

3 Howard Arkley: CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN, Sydney

Howard Arkley, Suburban interior, 1983, synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, the Baillieu Myer Collection of the 80s

  4 The shadow economy: JUSTIN PATON   Euan Macdonald,  Richard Pryor billboard , 2005, ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, and Cohan and Leslie, New York

4 The shadow economy: JUSTIN PATON

Euan Macdonald, Richard Pryor billboard, 2005, ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, and Cohan and Leslie, New York

  5 Rarrking the sky: HETTI PERKINS   Exterior of the Musée du quai Branly, Paris, showing installations by Ningura Napurrula,  (Untitled (Wirrulnga)  2005), Gulumbu Yunupingu  (Garak, the universe  2006), and Tommy Watson ( Wipu rockhole  2005). Photo Peter Lonergan   6 Arts policies: Where the bloody hell are you?: ROWANNE COUCH

5 Rarrking the sky: HETTI PERKINS

Exterior of the Musée du quai Branly, Paris, showing installations by Ningura Napurrula, (Untitled (Wirrulnga) 2005), Gulumbu Yunupingu (Garak, the universe 2006), and Tommy Watson (Wipu rockhole 2005). Photo Peter Lonergan

6 Arts policies: Where the bloody hell are you?: ROWANNE COUCH

  7 Impressions of AustraliA: MICHAEL ROSENTHAL   Frederick McCubbin,  The city’s toil,  1887, oil on canvas. Famdal Collection, Sydney

7 Impressions of AustraliA: MICHAEL ROSENTHAL

Frederick McCubbin, The city’s toil, 1887, oil on canvas. Famdal Collection, Sydney

  8 Time capsules: KATE DAVIDSON   Susan Bright  Art Photography Now   Thames and Hudson, London, 2005 224 pp $79.95  Isobel Crombie  Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund   National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2006 111 pp $49.95 hb, $34.95 pb RRP  Daniel Palmer (ed.)  Photogenic: Essays/Photography/CCP 2000-2004  Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2005 103 pp $20 non-members/$15 members

8 Time capsules: KATE DAVIDSON

Susan Bright
Art Photography Now
Thames and Hudson, London, 2005 224 pp $79.95

Isobel Crombie
Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2006 111 pp $49.95 hb, $34.95 pb RRP

Daniel Palmer (ed.)
Photogenic: Essays/Photography/CCP 2000-2004
Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2005 103 pp $20 non-members/$15 members

  9 BOOK REVIEW:      Joan Kerr :  A Pictorial BiographyY:  JOHN THOMPSON   Prepared to accompany Joan’s papers to the National Library of Australia, 156pp $55.00 RRP

9 BOOK REVIEW: Joan Kerr: A Pictorial BiographyY: JOHN THOMPSON

Prepared to accompany Joan’s papers to the National Library of Australia, 156pp $55.00 RRP

  10 Australian gargoyleS: KYLA WARD   Unknown artists,  Gargoyles  at the University of Sydney. Courtesy of the University of Sydney

10 Australian gargoyleS: KYLA WARD

Unknown artists, Gargoyles at the University of Sydney. Courtesy of the University of Sydney

  11 Queensland enlightenment: DANIEL THOMAS   Lynne Seear & Julie Ewington (eds),  Brought to Light II: Contemporary Australian Art 1966–2006 from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection  Queensland Art Gallery Publishing, 2007, 492pp $112.50 hb, $85.00 pb

11 Queensland enlightenment: DANIEL THOMAS

Lynne Seear & Julie Ewington (eds), Brought to Light II: Contemporary Australian Art 1966–2006 from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection
Queensland Art Gallery Publishing, 2007, 492pp $112.50 hb, $85.00 pb

  12 The intersubjective space of visual art: GAIL HASTINGS   Gail Hastings,  missing walls: bureaucracy at work , 2007, oil paint on plywood, watercolour on silk, framed watercolour and lead pencil on paper. Courtesy and copyright of the artist. From the exhibition ‘ I LOST MY BALANCE YESTERDAY, MY MIND IS REALLY BEGINNING TO SLIP’ (OVERHEARD CONVERSATION, WHARF 2, CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, 6 JUNE 1999): SCULPTURAL SITUATIONS BY GAIL HASTINGS,  Level 2 Contemporary Project Space, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007. Photo Diana Panuccio

12 The intersubjective space of visual art: GAIL HASTINGS

Gail Hastings, missing walls: bureaucracy at work, 2007, oil paint on plywood, watercolour on silk, framed watercolour and lead pencil on paper. Courtesy and copyright of the artist. From the exhibition ‘I LOST MY BALANCE YESTERDAY, MY MIND IS REALLY BEGINNING TO SLIP’ (OVERHEARD CONVERSATION, WHARF 2, CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, 6 JUNE 1999): SCULPTURAL SITUATIONS BY GAIL HASTINGS, Level 2 Contemporary Project Space, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007. Photo Diana Panuccio