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Del Kathryn weaves her magic

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 by

Del Kathryn Barton has a highly distinctive style. She uses drawing to map out her works and in her own highly decorative, illustrative style provides a very personalised view of her subjects. In this case it is Hugo Weaving in an unmistakeable, iconic Del Kathryn portrait. In this interview with InsideArt TV, Del Kathryn talks

The inveterate collector Pat Corrigan who’s just launched his Magnum Opus on his own massive Indigenous art collection. Published by MacMillans, Power and Colour was launched  in Melbourne by the NGVs Tony Ellwood and in Brisbane by the  former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Pat owns a transport company but his real passion is art in

Vincent Fantauzzo’s hyper-scale, hyper-realist portrait of his girlfriend, the actress Asher Keddie is a finalist at this year’s Archibald Prize. Vincent spoke to Inside Art as he put the finishing touches to the portrait before dispatching it to the Art Gallery of New South Wales. He has come agonzingly close a couple of times with

Another Beautiful Brack

Wednesday, 13 March 2013 by

Another of John Brack’s iconic ballroom series  is the star attraction at next week’s Menzies Fine Art auction in Sydney. Tim Abdallah, Menzies’ Head of Art,  rates these paintings as amongst the greatest of the Australian post war modernists. The last of these to go to auction was a few years ago: The Old Time

Milk Bar Memorial

Monday, 11 March 2013 by

The great Aussie Milk Bar. An icon slowly fading in the west. An Australian invention based on the American soda fountain and then transported to the old Blighty. What a story. But as they say: All Things Must Pass. The most collectible of all Milk Bar memorabilia, the Peters ice cream cone. This one is

Painting Cate

Monday, 11 March 2013 by

Arts Project Australia is a wonderfully vibrant and happy place. It’s a very special art studio for artists who have an intellectual disability. Artists need a space to work, professional guidance, quality materials, and ways to exhibit and sell their artwork. So, when Myra Hilgendorf OAM, founded Arts Projects Australia in 1974, her guiding principle

Vincent Fantauzzo is a rising star in the portrait world where his huge scale hyper-realist paintings attract equally large scale prices. His girlfriend is an even bigger star in her own right, the acclaimed actress, Asher Keddie, perhaps best known for her role in the TV series Offspring and for playing Ita Buttrose in Paper

Photography is generally seen as the truthful medium. After all it’s the way we look at things most of the time. Pictures don’t lie do they? Not unless there has been some manipulation, perhaps? The NGV has recently found a great deal of space for photography. Jeff Wall, Thomas Demand and most recently, Confounding, a