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As far as Trans-Tasman artistic relations go, artist Julian Hooper is exemplary of the collegiate network between Australian and New Zealand audiences, given the artist’s collector base in both countries.
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Gibbs Farm sculpture park is home to a series of major site specific artworks commissioned from some of the world's most significant artists.
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For her fourth year curating the Encounters program at Art Basel Hong Kong, Alexie Glass-Kantor focuses on "inviting the audience to make contact with objects, artists and ideas".
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Ever wondered what Australia's leading artists and practitioners hang on their walls?
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There's artworks abound in the Sydney Harbour-side apartment of Teresa and Andre Biet. But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
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To go to the gallerists or to the gram, that is the collector’s question. Our editor Camilla Wagstaff looks at changing relations between the main players of the art world.
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Sound is integral to Judith Wright’s installations and video work.
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Deadpan humour and unflinching honesty are hallmarks of Bounpraseuth’s work. She depicts the detritus of city life: cigarette butts, crushed cans and chip packets; scavenging ibis and wide-eyed pigeons.
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Yhonnie Scarce’s work is about the here and how, and the ongoing effects of colonisation on indigenous peoples.
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Imants Tillers’ themes of displacement, exile and the legacy of European conquest strike a particular note for Latvians, whose own history is marked by invasion, occupation, and diasporic dispersion.