New exhibition catalogue now available for the Royal Academy’s much anticipated show!
This richly illustrated publication covers 300 years of Australian art, tracing its progression from early Aboriginal painting, through the iconic works of Sidney Nolan and onwards, towards the prints, drawings, photographs and films produced by contemporary artists such as Tracey Moffatt, Fiona Hall and Vernon Ah Kee. Pays particular attention to the vast diversity of the Australian landscape and considers the country’s social and cultural evolution, through 200 works, drawn from important Australian public collections.
Caruana, Wally, Franchesca Cubillo, Anna Gray, Deborah Hart, et al: Australia. Exhibition: London, Royal Academy, 2013. 320 pages, with 200 colour illustrations. Hardback. 28 x 24cms. £ 48.00
The show also features work by Bea Maddock. Buy her catalogue raisonné here!
Details as follows:
Mulvaney, Richard, Bridget Sullivan Arkless, Daniel Thomas, et al: Bea Maddock: Catalogue Raisonné Volume 1, 1951-1983. Launceston: 2011. 302 pages, illustrated in colour throughout. Contains a CD-ROM with images of the artist’s work. Hardback. 26 x 28cms. The first of a projected two volume catalogue raisonné on the Tasmanian artist Bea Maddock (b. 1934). Catalogues 918 works, from the first sandstone carving made by the artist in 1951, aged 17, up until the 1983 Ash Wednesday fire in Victoria destroyed the contents of her studio. Contains commentary and illustrated poems from Maddock, as well as a complete biography, researched and written by curator Daniel Thomas. £ 100.00
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