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TWENTY: SHERMAN GALLERIES 1986–2006

TWENTY: SHERMAN GALLERIES 1986–2006, Craftsman House, Melbourne, 2006

A 304-page publication edited by Laura Murray Cree, with a preface by Edmund Capon AM OBE.

TWENTY was launched on 26 April at the opening of an exhibition of portrait photographs of the gallery’s artists by Hari Ho, which are reproduced in the book.

Essays by Dr Gene Sherman, 'Australia in Asia: Cultural mediation'; Simeon Kronenberg, 'Sherman Galleries: Into the future' and 'Artists-in-residence programmes'; Leon Paroissien, 'Australian art and biennial and triennial exhibitions'; Michael Desmond, 'Snapshot: Artistic practices, tendencies and exhibitions in the Australian region from 1990s to the present'; and William Wright AM, in conversation with Tony Bond.


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$95.00 + postage & packaging

 

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CONTEMPORARY ART + PHILANTHROPY
PUBLIC SPACES/PRIVATE FUNDING: FOUNDATIONS FOR CONTEMPORARY ART 2007

Edited by Terry Smith

Published by University of New South Wales Press in association with Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, 2007

What are the major changes in world contemporary art? How might independent, non-commercial and open-hearted private foundations take stock of these changes and make a distinctive contribution to sustaining valuable contemporary art and to increasing enlightened understanding of it?

These questions were posed at a one-day forum held at Sherman Galleries, Sydney, on 10 August 2006, entitled ‘Public Spaces/Private Funding: Foundations for Contemporary Art’.

In this volume, Terry Smith, David Elliott, Lynne Cooke, Rupert Myer and Gene Sherman respond from scholarly, art critical, curatorial and philanthropic points of view. They assess the work of foundations in many parts of the world and outline the climate for philanthropy in Australia.

Their main focus is the increasingly pertinent question: How might private initiatives most help contemporary art in Australia, now and in the foreseeable future, taking into account the regional and international contexts in which art is produced and circulates?

104 pages, 195 x 180 mm, hardback, clothbound




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Guan Wei Monograph

Guan Wei, Craftsman House/Thames & Hudson Australia, Melbourne, 2006

Essays by Asian art specialists Dinah Dysart, Natalie King and Hou Hanru, recently appointed Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs at San Francisco Art Institute.

Published with the generous assistance of the Sherman Foundation, the Australia Council and promised support from Arc One Gallery, Melbourne.

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$65.00 + postage & packaging


 

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Sherman Galleries Exhibition Catalogues

Sherman Galleries produces a full-colour catalogue for each exhibition.

The catalogue contains illustrations of works included in the exhibitions together with informative essays by prominent Australian and International curators and writers.

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$5.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Mike Parr

David Bromfiled, Identities – A critical study of the work of Mike Parr 1970–1990, University of Western Australia Press, WA, 1991

signed by the artist


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$120.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Janet Laurence - Drill Hall

Janet Laurence, Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra, 2005

Essays by Rachel Kent, 'Changing topographies, the environmental art of Janet Laurence' and Dr Michael Tawa, 'Verdant Green'.

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$20.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Shane Cotton

Shane Cotton, City Gallery Wellington and Victoria University Press, 2004

Contributors: Lara Strongman, Robert Jahnke, Blair French, John Huria, Jim Barr and Mary Barr

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$100.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Shane Cotton

Shane Cotton - Survey 1993-2003, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, 2003

Essay by Robert Leonard, 'Cultural Surrealist'

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$15.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Hilarie Mais: Survey of Works 1974–2004

Hilarie Mais: Survey of Works 1974–2004
ANU Drill Hall Gallery, 2004

Essays by Peter Hill, 'The grid as self portrait' and Melanie Eastburn, 'Hilarie Mais: Time and Sculpture, Interview'

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$20.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Imants Tillers & The Book of Power

Graham Coulter-Smith
Wystan Curnow
Craftsman House, ed. Marah Braye, 1998

 

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Bleed Bled Said

Adam Geczy & Mike Parr,
Bleed Bled Said,
Power Publications, 2003

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$25.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Jacky Redgate Monograph

Jacky Redgate 1980–2003
Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide
Distributed by Piper Press
Tel: 02 9660 0364

120 pages with 52 colour images, including an essay by curator and writer Michael Desmond

The monograph has been sponsored by the Gordon Darling Foundation, Melbourne and the University of Wollongong, NSW and supported by a grant from the New South Wales Government Ministry for the Arts, through a program administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).


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$49.95 + postage and packing

 

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Simeon Nelson: PASSAGES

Benjamin Genocchio
Passages
UNSW Press, Sydney, 2000

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$36.00 + postage & packaging

 

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John Young

Three Propositions, Pruss & Ochs Gallery, Berlin, 2003


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$22.00 + postage & package

 

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The Postmodern Art of Imants Tillers

Graham Coulter-Smith
The Postmodern Art of Imants Tillers Appropriation en abyme, 1971-2001
Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2002

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$88.00 + postage & packaging


 

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Marion Borgelt White Book

WHITE
21C Pty Ltd, Sydney, 2000
Essay by Felicity Fenner

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$40.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Craftsman House Artist Monographs

titles available:

Lauren Berkowitz
Charles Merewether
Lauren Berkowitz
Art & Australia Monograph
Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996

Marion Borgelt
Victoria Lynn,
Marion Borgelt
Art & Australia Monograph
Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996

Hilarie Mais
Anne Loxley
Hilarie Mais
Art & Australia Monograph
Craftsman House, Sydney, 1995

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$35.00 + postage and packaging

 

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John Young

John Young – Pine's Edge, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2001

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$44.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Tim Storrier - Lines of Fire

Ashley Crawford, Lines of Fire, Works on Paper by Tim Storrier, Thames & Hudson, Melbourne, 2003

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$50.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Michael Johnson

Barry Pearce
Michael Johnson
Beagle Press, Sydney, 2003
Hardback

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$120.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Top Art and Food

Published by BOIS DE CHESNE DESIGN PTY. LTD.
© Bois de Chesne Design Pty. Ltd, Australia, 2004
Concept by Carole and Henry Bois de Chesne

BDC top art & food - SYDNEY is a new and unique cultural showcase.

A guide through the local art and entertainment scene for the discerning lover of fine things in life. Each local area is introduced by a leading Sydney personality, supported by pictures of great places to visit and accompanied by user-friendly maps. Art, food and entertainment go very well together, as every true connoisseur would agree.

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$39.95 + postage & packaging

 

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Robert Owen

Robert Owen: Different Lights Cast Different Shadows, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2004

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$30.00 + postage & packaging

 

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Philip Wolfhagen

Peter Timms
Philip Wolfhagen
Craftsman House, Melbourne, 2005

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$39.95 + postage & packaging

 

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Robert Owen - Transits

George Alexander, Transits, Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery, NSW, 1988

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$25.00 + postage & packaging

 

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John Young Monograph

Carolyn Barnes
John Young
Craftsman House, Melbourne, 2005

Foreword by William Wright AM

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$95.00 + postage & packaging

A limited edition of 100 John Young including a lithograph is also available - $430.00.
Please contact the gallery for further details

 

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Scott Redford

Scott Redford and the Gold Coast, Gold Coast Art Gallery, Gold Coast, 2005

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