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2014/07/24 10:20
2014/07/24 10:20
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Brett Whiteley's Paul Gauguin on the Eve of His Attempted Suicide, Tahiti. When Menzies Art Brands director Rod Menzies caught wind of the sale of a long lost Brett Whiteley painting in New York in...
2014/07/24 10:20
2014/07/24 10:20
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2014/07/24 06:12
2014/07/24 06:12
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The National Gallery of Victoria has many splendid attractions to be found within its doors, including a fine permanent collection, kid-friendly art featured in the foyer, a pleasant human-scaled...
2014/07/23 14:56
2014/07/23 14:56
1d
ON WEEKENDS especially, our love affair with ballet plays out in 1000 little ways. Flocks of toddler fairies materialise in their $29.99 urban versions of the classic juponnage tutu (sparkly wand and...
2014/07/22 05:59
2014/07/22 05:59
2d
Dear David McDiarmid, I saw your exhibition last week. The retrospective at the NGV. I loved it. I absolutely bloody loved it. The fluorescent colour and sparkling glitter, the humour, the...
Read more at SameSame, SameSame
2014/07/19 14:48
2014/07/19 14:48
5d
The 1964 McGlashan Everist-designed Guss House. Misinformation spread fast. Tears were shed. The 1964 McGlashan Everist-designed Guss House was going to be torn down soon after auction. David...
2014/07/19 04:19
2014/07/19 04:19
5d
Health promotion campaigns around HIV/AIDS in Victoria have been extraordinarily successful. Colin Batroney has been behind much of it. In a room beside Colin Batrouney’s office at the Victorian AIDS...
Read more at The Border Mail, The Age
2014/07/14 07:06
2014/07/14 07:06
10d
Masterpieces arrive in Australia Drawn from one of the world’s most celebrated collections, Italian Masterpieces from Spain’s Royal Court, Museo del Prado will feature over 100 works produced between...
2014/07/12 14:04
2014/07/12 14:04
12d
Emily Foreman is a junkie – my kind of junkie. She takes your crap for a living and does it with a smile. She believes in junk karma: that one person’s trash is another’s treasure, and that part of...
2014/07/12 11:29
2014/07/12 11:29
12d
MICK Gatto was first named at a royal commission as one of a breed of people who “break legs”. At the time, his flimsy public dossier amounted to little more than a newspaper report, from years...
2014/07/08 15:12
2014/07/08 15:12
16d
BALLARAT indigenous art group Pitcha Makin Fellaz has been short-listed for the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards. BALLARAT indigenous art group Pitcha Makin Fellaz has been short-listed for the...
2014/07/08 07:26
2014/07/08 07:26
16d
A recorded phone call from a union representative telling a Melbourne developer to "forget about the law" and that his site would be shut down if the company cooperated with the industry watchdog has...
2014/07/06 04:46
2014/07/06 04:46
18d
THE popular image of Pro Hart is the crusty ex-miner from Broken Hill who became crazily rich from his art but never stopped wearing stubbies. The fine art world view is that Pro Hart’s paintings are...
2014/07/05 09:55
2014/07/05 09:55
19d
That Mick Malthouse should cop flak for saying "If I wasn't coaching, I'd hate the game" beggars belief. It's been a big week in art... with Jim Pavlidis That Mick Malthouse should cop flak for...
2014/07/03 00:30
2014/07/03 00:30
21d
MELBOURNE may be a young city by global standards, but it was also the first to formally recognise the eight-hour day. It was the first city in Australia to award a woman a university degree,...
Read more at Herald Sun, News.com.au
2014/06/29 01:26
2014/06/29 01:26
25d
Bushido, Body Armour and Theatre Robes: Introducing Australia to The Way of The Samurai A new Australian exhibition brings to life the centuries-old traditions of Japan's samurai warriors. Bushido:...
2014/06/28 14:29
2014/06/28 14:29
26d
An hour of wild, unbridled jumping about is guaranteed to tire out even the most wired little people. The number of trampoline parks around Melbourne has leapt wildly since the original Bounce Inc...
2014/06/27 17:55
2014/06/27 17:55
27d
Book review: Two new monographs will make a valuable contribution to 20th-century Australian art. L. BERNARD HALL: THE MAN THE ART WORLD FORGOT By Gwen Rankin. State Library of Victoria/NewSouth....
2014/06/27 06:28
2014/06/27 06:28
27d
Outspoken venture capitalist Mark Carnegie discusses our civic responsibilities, or current lack thereof. The late Di Gribble was a force in Australian cultural and intellectual life. Publisher,...
2014/06/27 03:19
2014/06/27 03:19
27d
Sotheby's Australia chairman Geoffrey Smith has lost his bid to snare up to half of his former partner's $23 million fortune. Sotheby's Australia chairman Geoffrey Smith has lost his bid to snare up...
2014/06/25 02:45
2014/06/25 02:45
29d
Dorothea Clinton who dug up a potato in the shape of a duck. Dorothea Clinton will be having ‘Quack-et Potato’ for dinner after digging up this funny-looking potato Sep 13, 2013. The 73-year-old, of...
2014/07/24 10:20
2014/07/24 10:20
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