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Sighting References
Ciphers, Systems and Codes in Recent Australian Visual Art

Very scarce Australian catalogue published on the occasion of the great exhibition “Sighting References: Ciphers, Systems and Codes in Recent Australian Visual Art” held in 1987 as a collaborative venture between Artspace Sydney and the Art Gallery of NSW and curated by Gary Sangster. This exhibition presents ‘a range of sites of art production and reception’, addressing the exhibition as a discursive and creative conjunction of (written and visual) information. Features the work of Juan Davila, Julie Brown-Rrap, Maria Kozic, Tim Johnson, Richard Dunn, Peter Tyndall, alongside essays by Elizabeth Grosz, Michael Carter, Ross Gibson, Meaghan Morris.

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Pleasure of The Gaze
Image and Appearance in Recent Australian Art

Scarce Australian catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition “Pleasure of The Gaze : Image and Appearance in Recent Australian Art”, held at the The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 1985, and curated by Bruce Adams.
Profusely illustrated in colour and black and white across exhibiting artist biographical sections and essay accompaniment illustrations, this publication features the work of Julie Brown-Rrap, Peter Callas, Richard Dunn, Merilyn Fairskye, Marinka Kordis, Maris Kozic, Lindy Lee, John Lethbridge, Akio Makigawa, Sue Paull, Stieg Persson, Robert Randall and Frank Bendinelli, Carol Rudyard, Peter Tyndall, Vicki Varvaressos, and John R. Walker. Essays include “Eye, Image, Picture, Screen (and all that Junk)” by Adrian Martin; “Sticky Television” by Meaghan Morris; “Re Re-Orientation: The Image as Fantasy and Furniture in Japan” by Peter Callas. Plus an introduction by Adams.

Design by Wohlnick Design.

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Primary Views
Stephen Bram, Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley, Juan Davila


Catalogue produced on the occasion of the exhibition, “Primary Views” at MUMA, Monash University Museum of Art in 2008, curated by artists Stephen Bram, Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley, and Juan Davila, with co-ordinating curator Kirrily Hammond.
Primary Views invited the insights of four artists represented in the Monash University collection. Each has been invited to curate a self-contained exhibition from the Monash University collection, according to their own areas of interest, expertise and aesthetic/discursive predilections. Alternative to classical or canonical art-historical readings, Primary Views considers the role of the artist as curator, encouraging new readings of the collection, and more partial, polemical and aberrant artistic historiographies.
Features texts by the curating artists and Max Delany.

Artists featured in the exhibition were: Howard Arkley, Paul Bai, Chris Barry, Charles Blackman, Peter Booth, Arthur Boyd, Stephen Bram, Horace Brodzky, Janet Burchill & Jennifer Mccamley, Ian Burn, Jane Burton, Domenico De Clario, Clyde Clinton, Noel Counihan, Mutlu Cerkez, Juan Davila, John Dunkley-Smith, Richard Dunn, Louise Forthun, John Heartfield, Bill Henson, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Ronnie Van Hout, Rafaat Ishak, Rosemary Laing, Robert Macpherson, Tracey Moffatt, John Nixon, Jacky Redgate, William Robins, Paul Saint, Dada Samson, Jan Senbergs, Wolfgang Sievers

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ART & TEXT 11
Spring 1983

 

ART & TEXT 11
Spring 1983

Edited by Paul Taylor
Blurb by Malcolm McLaren

CONTENTS:
“The Precession of Simulacra” by Jean Baudrillard (translated by Paul Foss and Paul Patton
“Kristeva, Bakhtin and Carnival” by Kateryna Arthur
“Performance Art As Politicised Epistemology” by Thomas Huhn
“Anything Still” by John Young
“Duck Rock” by Andrew Preston
“A Melbourne Mood” by Frances Lindsay
“Made by →↑→” by Mary Eagle
“Horrality” by Philip Brophy


Art & Text, one of the landmark contemporary art magazines of the 1980s and 1990s. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, in 1981 by Paul Taylor (1957–92), who soon moved to New York City to make his mark as an art critic, the magazine went on to become one of a handful of international art magazines that succeeded in capturing the turmoil and passing brilliance of that period of postmodernism.

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