This text offers much to the reader. It is elegantly illustrated with a finely detailed essay that tightly weaves the personal history of Lewers and family, and the advent of modernism in the Australian art scene.
A richly coloured reproductions of paintings and tapestries by artist Khadim Ali, accompanied by essays from Salima Hashmi, Rachel Kent and Ali himself, tells a compelling narrative of the artists homelands of Afghanistan and Paksitan.
This new book beautifully presents images of Brisbane artist, Judith Wright’s work, In the Garden of Good and Evil (2014-2016), a large-scale installation created with components of paint on wood and found objects such as dolls heads and mannequins.
MILS gallery closed in 2016, Director Adriano Rosselli set out to chronicle their seven-year history with an eponymous book displaying over 400 artworks by 120 artists and two long-form essays by Anna Georgia Mackay and Vladimir Kravchenko.
As this work of fiction unfolds, it parallels the real and arduous 750 hours Marina Abramovic spent at MoMA in New York for her performance The Artist is Present, 2010, as well as reflects on her rich career and personal life.
The final component to the artist’s project series based on her real-time performance work. Beginning in 2008 these expansive installations were drawn on-site using pigment pen on various glass surfaces.
In this publication he presents an illuminating account of the stunningly beautiful, yet harsh and dramatic conditions of the Polar Regions, the remarkable lands of ice, snow and mountains of the world’s most southern continent.
Offering comprehensive online access to leading contemporary artists, exhibitions and galleries worldwide, Ocula has expanded its reach from digital to print for the first time with ‘Ocula Conversations’.