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Imants Tillers

edited by Deborah Hart
Imants Tillers: One World Many Visions is a landmark publication on a major Australian artist. Tillers's art received considerable international recognition in the 1980s. In 1986 he was slected as the artist to represent Australia at the Venice Biennale. Since then significant survey shows of his work have been held at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, in 1988, and at the Museo Contemporaneo Monterrey in Mexico in 2000. Considering the extent of his artistic contribution, it is...

Impressions of Paris

Jane Kinsman, with contributions by Emilie Owens, Rose Peel
Impressions of Paris: Lautrec, Degas, Daumier examins the major contribution to French art made by three key figures: Honore Daumier, Edgar Degas, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. A generation apart, each was a consummate draughtsman whose innovative compositions and embrace of modern subject matter captured the spirit of Paris. Featuring over 150 prints, posters, drawings, and monotypes drawn from the collection of the National Gallery of...

In the Spotlight

edited by Gael Newton
From his studio in the heart of New York, Australian-born Anton Bruehl created inventive and perfectly realised colour photographs for advertisements in top American magazines such as Vogue and the New Yorker. Seen by the millions of readers, his ads had a dedicated following eliciting bags of fan mail. As well as advertising, Bruehl produced evocative images of stars of stage and screen, other celebrities, seasonal child studies, and his personal photography in the...