Issue 235 November 2010

  1 Air to life: 20 years in the Australian-Asian arts atmosphere: ALISON CARROLL   Sichuan Province, in a tent at Garthar Chode Monastery, established by the seventh Dalai Lama. (l to r) Sam Leach, Tony Lloyd, unknown (monk), Shi Jinsong, Cang Xin, unknown (monk). Photograph by Tony Lloyd. Under the Australia Culture in China 2010 project and facilitated by Darwin’s 24HR Art, artists from Australia and China travelled together throughout Australia’s Top End, China and Tibet, with a culminating exhibition in Beijing in November 2010

1 Air to life: 20 years in the Australian-Asian arts atmosphere: ALISON CARROLL

Sichuan Province, in a tent at Garthar Chode Monastery, established by the seventh Dalai Lama. (l to r) Sam Leach, Tony Lloyd, unknown (monk), Shi Jinsong, Cang Xin, unknown (monk). Photograph by Tony Lloyd. Under the Australia Culture in China 2010 project and facilitated by Darwin’s 24HR Art, artists from Australia and China travelled together throughout Australia’s Top End, China and Tibet, with a culminating exhibition in Beijing in November 2010

  2 Living Deadly: haunted surfaces in contemporary art: JOHN CARTY   Anne Ferran,  Untitled  from the series  Lost to worlds 2 , 2008, inkjet print on aluminium, 120 x 120cm. Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection,acquired with assistance from the Robert Salzer Foundation 2009. Image courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne

2 Living Deadly: haunted surfaces in contemporary art: JOHN CARTY

Anne Ferran, Untitled from the series Lost to worlds 2, 2008, inkjet print on aluminium, 120 x 120cm. Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection,acquired with assistance from the Robert Salzer Foundation 2009. Image courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne

  3 Still Unnerved: The New Zealand Project, Redux: JACQUI DURRANT    Unnerved: The New Zealand Project  installation view, Gallery of Modern  Art, Brisbane, with Michael Parekowhai’s  Jim McMurtry , 2004. Image courtesy the artist and Michael Lett Auckland. Photograph by Natasha Harth

3 Still Unnerved: The New Zealand Project, Redux: JACQUI DURRANT

Unnerved: The New Zealand Project installation view, Gallery of Modern

Art, Brisbane, with Michael Parekowhai’s Jim McMurtry, 2004. Image courtesy
the artist and Michael Lett Auckland. Photograph by Natasha Harth

  4 Photography as a Crime: Mapping Anxiety in the Public Sphere: ANNE MARSH & JESSICA WHYTE   Polixeni Papapetrou,  Gatsby Gal , 2003, selenium toned silver gelatin print 100 x 100cm. Courtesy the artist and Stills Gallery. The publication of this image complies with the Australia Council’s Working with Children in the Arts Protocols; parental consent was obtained and the artist adhered to relevant laws

4 Photography as a Crime: Mapping Anxiety in the Public Sphere: ANNE MARSH & JESSICA WHYTE

Polixeni Papapetrou, Gatsby Gal, 2003, selenium toned silver gelatin print 100 x 100cm. Courtesy the artist and Stills Gallery. The publication of this image complies with the Australia Council’s Working
with Children in the Arts Protocols; parental consent was obtained and the artist adhered to relevant laws

  5 Benesse: silences in Japan: PATRICK HUTCHINGS   Walter De Maria,  Time/Timeless/No Time , 2004, installation view. Photograph by Michael Kellough

5 Benesse: silences in Japan: PATRICK HUTCHINGS

Walter De Maria, Time/Timeless/No Time, 2004, installation view. Photograph by Michael Kellough

  6 An island of art, optimism and hope: Setouchi International Arts Festival: EN YOUNG AHN   Yukinori Yanagi,  Hero Dry Cell , part of Inujima Art Project, Seirensho on Inujima. Photograph by Daici Ano

6 An island of art, optimism and hope: Setouchi International Arts Festival: EN YOUNG AHN

Yukinori Yanagi, Hero Dry Cell, part of Inujima Art Project, Seirensho on Inujima. Photograph by Daici Ano

  7 Facing the House: commissioning a portrait of Ipswich, CASSANDRA LEHMAN-SCHULTZ   Congregational Church Manse, Ipswich.

7 Facing the House: commissioning a portrait of Ipswich, CASSANDRA LEHMAN-SCHULTZ

Congregational Church Manse, Ipswich.

  8 The Togart test: SASHA GRISHIN   Chips Mackinolty,  Neta , Darwin 1950, Giclee print, 90 x 68cm. Image courtesy the artist and Karen Brown Gallery, Darwin

8 The Togart test: SASHA GRISHIN

Chips Mackinolty, Neta, Darwin 1950, Giclee print, 90 x 68cm. Image courtesy the artist and Karen Brown Gallery, Darwin

  9 Risks worth taking: Primavera 2010: JAYE EARLY   Jackson Slattery,  Small Ambitions , 2010, watercolour on paper, 60 x 40cm. Image courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne

9 Risks worth taking: Primavera 2010: JAYE EARLY

Jackson Slattery, Small Ambitions, 2010, watercolour on paper, 60 x 40cm. Image courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne

  10 Germinating, Growing, Wilting: a new paradigm for the Art of the North: STEPHEN NAYLOR   Claudine Marzik,  Work no. 25 , acrylic on canvas. Image courtesy the artist

10 Germinating, Growing, Wilting: a new paradigm for the Art of the North: STEPHEN NAYLOR

Claudine Marzik, Work no. 25, acrylic on canvas. Image courtesy the artist

  11 Paul Zika: Home and Away - Reconstructing Artifice: SEAN KELLY    Jalq'a 1 , 2008, 77 x 108 x 5.5cm. All works by Paul Zika; all acrylic on wood. Images courtesy the artist and Stephen McLaughlan Gallery, Melbourne. Photographs by John Farrow

11 Paul Zika: Home and Away - Reconstructing Artifice: SEAN KELLY

Jalq'a 1, 2008, 77 x 108 x 5.5cm. All works by Paul Zika; all acrylic on wood. Images courtesy the artist and
Stephen McLaughlan Gallery, Melbourne. Photographs by John Farrow

  12 BOOKS art + soul: JEREMY ECCLES    art + soul , Hetti Perkins, Miegunyah Press,  Melbourne, 2010, 296p, rrp $79.99; ISBN: 9780522857634

12 BOOKS art + soul: JEREMY ECCLES

art + soul, Hetti Perkins, Miegunyah Press,
Melbourne, 2010, 296p, rrp $79.99;
ISBN: 9780522857634

  13 EM FILE Adam Veikannen: no ordinary mind: DAVID BROKER    Time-function , 2010, sellotape, 460cm diameter. Image courtesy the artist

13 EM FILE Adam Veikannen: no ordinary mind: DAVID BROKER

Time-function, 2010, sellotape, 460cm diameter. Image courtesy the artist

  14 Kai-eye for CIAF: OMAR MUSA   2010 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. Installation view of Aurukun stall, CIAF, featuring the camp dogs (various artists), acquired by Queensland Art Gallery.

14 Kai-eye for CIAF: OMAR MUSA

2010 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. Installation view of Aurukun stall, CIAF, featuring the camp dogs (various artists), acquired by Queensland Art Gallery.

  15 Letter from Madrid: Martín Ramírez, Works of Reclusion: JUSTINE BAYOD ESPOZ    Untitled (Deer) , c. 1953, crayon and pencil on paper, 119 x 91cm, Collection ABCD, Paris

15 Letter from Madrid: Martín Ramírez, Works of Reclusion: JUSTINE BAYOD ESPOZ

Untitled (Deer), c. 1953, crayon and pencil on paper, 119 x 91cm, Collection ABCD, Paris

  16 Letter from Shanghai: ShContemporary Art Fair 2010: DAVID WILLIAMS   Ravinder Reddy, Gilded Head

16 Letter from Shanghai: ShContemporary Art Fair 2010: DAVID WILLIAMS

Ravinder Reddy, Gilded Head

  17 Letter from South Korea: EN YOUNG AHN   View of the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art in Ansan city

17 Letter from South Korea: EN YOUNG AHN

View of the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art in Ansan city

  18 more BOOKS: William Dobell, An Artist's Life: JOHN KELLY   Elizabeth Donaldson,  William Dobell, An Artist's Life,  Exisle, Publishing, Wollombi, NSW, 208p, rrp$49.99; ISBN: 9781921497810

18 more BOOKS: William Dobell, An Artist's Life: JOHN KELLY

Elizabeth Donaldson, William Dobell, An Artist's Life, Exisle, Publishing, Wollombi, NSW, 208p,
rrp$49.99; ISBN: 9781921497810