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Issue 21:4 | December 2001 | Best Practice: Export Quality

Issue 21:4 | December 2001 | Best Practice: Export Quality

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Best Practice: Export Quality

What does an artist need to establish his/her name in the competitive international art world? Gordon Bennett, Fiona Hall, Fiona Foley, Rosemary Laing, Patricia Piccinini, Roslynd Piggott, Ginger Riley Munduwalawala, Imants Tillers, and William Robinson are all becoming recognised internationally while working from an Australian base, both physically and conceptually.

It seems it is no longer necessary for an artist to leave Australia to become known overseas. Also, Part I of Donald Brook's radical new 'The Undoing of Art History'.


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