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Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art: Volume 12
Sheriden Palmer eulogises Bernard Smith. Isabel Wünsche tweaks our take on Russian avant-garde art. Sheila Christofides defends Clement Greenberg’s politics. Helen McDonald asks whats at stake in the dryness of Fred William’s landscapes. Anthea Gunn rediscovers missing Annandale Imitation Realist Ross Crothall. Keith Broadfoot close-reads Australian sculpture of the 1960’s and 1970’s. Anne Saunders shows how the Mildura Sculpture Triennial changed the art world. Susan Rothnie wonders why seventies art is simultaneously crucial and invisible. Allan Smith concatenates the geomorphic manners of John Ruskin, Robert Smithson, and Per Kirkeby. Roger Benjamin exposes Tim Johnson’s Buddhist sources. Susan Best casts Gerard Byrne as Brechtian. Plus works by American artist Taryn Simon and reviews.
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