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Theatre of Dreams, Theatre of Play

edited by Khanh Trinh, with Monica Bethe, Eric C. Rath, J. Thomas Rimer, Mikio Takemoto
Dating from the 15th to early 20th century, 160 works from the rich material culture of Japanese no and kyogen theatre (nogaku)— including masks and costumes as well as paintings, musical instruments and libretti—have been selected from the collections of the National Noh Theatre, Tokyo and the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan. A program of no theatre generally consists of one or two no plays...

Tony Tuckson

Denise Mimmocchi
Tony Tuckson's story is not a simple one. He was an artist, arguably Australia's most significant abstract expressionist painter, but he also played a crucial role in shaping the modern art museum in Australia. This new book looks at Tuckson through the many and varied prisms that reveal his critical role in and to art in Australia. Tuckson had been painting long before his first solo exhibition in 1970 and although he was a dedicated and serious artist he was a very private one who exhibited rarely. Tuckson began his 23...

Tradition Today, revised edition

Art Gallery of New South Wales
The expanded and revised edition of this popularbook includes nine new artists - Tony Albert, Jakayu Biljabu, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Julie Gough, Ivy Pareroultja, EsmeTimbery, Wingu Tingima, Harry Tjutjuna, and Barrupu Yunupingu - and new works by Richard Bell, Destiny Deacon, Makinti Napanangka, and Uta Uta Tjangala. Using the rich collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, this book provides an important introduction to Indigenous art in Australia...