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For both Tarabay and Langley, art has been a way of staying connected with the world despite busy careers.
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It’s enough to make the conservative art collector shudder.
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The double-sided, moveable art racks rotating throughout the internal floors of Peter Wilson and James Emmett's Sydney warehouse tell but a part of a life story fuelled by art.
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The home of Karina Harris and Neil Hobbs begs only one question: What is not art?
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In 1997 Arthur Roe picked up the launch issue of Art Collector magazine shortly after he began collecting art. Little did he know that 21 years later, his collection of more than 850 works would land him on our pages.
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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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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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Do remote artists get ripped off by the Art Centres that sell their work? No, says collector Brian Tucker. He knows because he is their auditor.
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Hong Kong-based Australians Alan Pigott and Alan Conder won't ever stop collecting.