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Barry Keldoulis isn’t joking when he says he’s most looking forward to the well-earned holiday that will follow the busy and hugely successful Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.
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Auckland Gallery Starkwhite has an ambitious, constantly evolving approach to the local and international market.
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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation chair Franchesca Cubillo on curation, conversations and community.
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Following the tradition set in 1994 by New York’s Gramercy International Art Fair, Sydney's Spring 1883 engages with the hotel environment for the exhibition and acquisition of artwork.
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Dale Frank’s work, he justifiably declared, is “out there, all on its own...majestic and strange”.
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Sam Cranstoun’s practice has focused on historical events, incidents and figures, which he says, “Often involves archival research as well as a process of compulsively collecting images to use as potential drawings or paintings."
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Instinct is what drives Ildiko Kovacs, but that level of trust only comes with years of painting and pushing.
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Martha Mcdonald depicts Warlukuritji, the birthplace of her father, as a means to remember him and his country.
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Brendan Van Hek’s reference to domestic space doesn’t mean he’s abandoned the cityscapes that prompted his earliest work with salvaged neon.
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The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair embarks on a journey into a new decade in 2017, celebrating its 11th year.