ARTAND
AUSTRALIA
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ARTIST'S CHOICE: FIVE DECADES OF ARTISTS' WRITING

ARTAND Foundation + Dott Publishing present Artist's Choice, a seminal book that chronicles fifty years of artist writing from Australia’s longest-running art publication Art & Australia.  Showcasing a compilation of the popular featured essays that appeared in the magazine over 1967 –...

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Jonathan Jones - barrangal dyara (skin and bones)

We are looking forward to Jonathan Jones sharing barrangal dyara (skin and bones), a sculptural installation across a 20,000 square-metre footprint within the Royal Botanic Garden commissioned as the 32nd Kaldor Public Art Project. The Project will be on view from September 17 to October 3.Jones’ material composition of white...

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Super Critical Mass - Moving Collected Ambience
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

Julian Day and Super Critical Mass have asked audiences to make some noise in a collaborative performance taking place this week at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Their actions will parallel Today Tomorrow Yesterday an exhibition conceived by MCA Senior curator Natasha Bullock which considers the ever-evolving nature of...

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Alasdair McLuckie 'Doubles' at Artspace, Sydney

Alasdair McLuckie’s solo exhibition ‘Doubles’ is on view now at Artspace, Sydney, until 11 September 2016. The artist is celebrated for his meticulous attention to detail and a unique material and conceptual synthesis of what is considered ‘primitive’ and contemporary using bold collage and intricate...

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ART & AUSTRALIA COLLECTION TO THE ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

In 2003 Art & Australia established the Emerging Artist Award to nurture early career Australian artists. The award targeted artists in the first five years of practice, supporting them with a critical text and the illustration of their work on the magazine's back cover. Over the years ARTAND acquired some of these exceptional...

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Art & Australia Magazine 40.4 - 52.2

In 2003 Eleonora Triguboff became publisher and editor-in-chief of Art & Australia. In this role, she developed initiatives such as the Art & Australia/Credit Suisse Private Bank Contemporary Art Award and the Gertrude Contemporary and Art & Australia Emerging Writers Program. After 13 years as the Publishing Editor of...

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ARTAND Foundation Champions the Importance of Emerging Artists

Our thanks go to the Australian Financial Review and journalist Steve Dow for sharing our special news in the weekend edition of their newspaper on 20 August, 2016. Read the full story here  ARTAND Foundation has donated 27 works of Australian contemporary art to the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, to be on display in...

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The Gold Award 2016: KATE BEYNON, JOHN YOUNG & EX DE MEDICI

Congratulations to ARTAND collaborators and artists Kate Beynon, eX de Medici and John Young who are all finalists in the 2016 Rockhampton Art Gallery’s The Gold Award on view until 4 September 2016. Queensland’s richest art prize was awarded to Jon Cattapan for his work, Raft City No.4 (surveillance version). Beynon was...

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Tony Albert wins Fleurieu Art Prize, 2016

We congratulate Tony Albert who has won the Fleurieu Art Prize, 2016 for his work The Hand You’re Dealt (2015). The work was selected from 58 exemplary finalists chosen from 750 entries. The judging panel included Nigel Hurst, Director of London’s Saatchi Gallery, the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ Deputy...

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Kate Beynon finalist in MPRG National Works on Paper Prize, 2016

Melbourne based artist Kate Beynon is a finalist in the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery's National Works on Paper Prize, 2016. Beynon's entry 'Masked Ogres Dancing' was a work ARTAND Foundation commissioned for our 2015 book collaboration with the artist An-Li: A Chinese Ghost Tale which was the second iteration of our...

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Del Kathryn Barton 'The Nightingale and the Rose' at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image

In 2010 ARTAND Foundation invited celebrated Australian artist Del Kathryn Barton to create a new series of works that reinterpreted a classic fairytale. A long time Oscar Wilde enthusiast, Barton was immediately drawn to his ‘The Nightingale and the Rose’ (1888), a poignant short story that centres on a vulnerable but...

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Del Kathryn Barton – White Eyes – Silk Scarf

This pure silk scarf details the eye-catching image from Del Kathryn Barton's painting and the Tears Were Not Yet Dry in His Beautiful Eyes, (2011-2012) which features in Art & Australia's Dott Tales series The Nightingale and the Rose.   Artist: Del Kathryn BartonTitle: White Eyes silk scarfDate: 2016Material: 100% Silk...

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SOLD OUT - Del Kathryn Barton – Bird's Nest – Silk Scarf

This pure silk scarf details the eye-catching image from Del Kathryn Barton's painting From Her Nest in the Holm-Oak Tree the Nightingale Heard Him, (2011-2012) which features in Art & Australia's Dott Tales series The Nightingale and the Rose.   Artist: Del Kathryn BartonTitle: Bird's Nest silk scarfDate: 2016Material:...

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We're Hiring

- APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED -  ARTAND Foundation is looking for a motivated assistant to work one day a week supporting our small team and office. It will be largely administrative and an opportunity to learn and contribute to the broader practice and projects of ARTAND. We see this as a training position that might grow into a...

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Chinese Zodiac

Chinese Zodiac presents a dynamic new series of artworks created by twelve of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, with an introduction by Benjamin Law. The book explores the relationship between humans and animals, the East and the West, through a diverse series of artworks responding to the twelve animals of the Chinese...

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ART & AUSTRALIA GIFTED TO VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
ARTAND Foundation

Art & Australia has found a new home at the University of Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). After thirteen years as the Publishing Editor, Ms Eleonora Triguboff has donated Australia’s pre-eminent art magazine to VCA. In print since 1963, Art & Australia is the country’s longest...

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Del Kathryn Barton – Signed Limited Edition Print

The first in a series of Dott Tales, the publication The Nightingale and the Rose (2012) presents twenty new paintings and drawings by Del Kathryn Barton inspired by Oscar Wilde’s classic fairytale. One of the pivotal images, this digital reproduction is signed and in an edition of fifty.  Artist: Del Kathryn...

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Nell / Vanila Netto / Romance Was Born
Winter 2011

In Issue 48.4, Winter 2011, exploring collaborative practices, this artist project saw black-and-white text paintings by Nell interpreted by Romance Was Born fashion designers Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales; photographer and video artist Vanila Netto then documented these paintings. The result is a dynamic series of pages inspired by rock...

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ARTAND Australia / Credit Suisse Private Banking Contemporary Art Award

Established in 2004, the ARTAND Australia / Credit Suisse Private Banking Contemporary Art Award targets artists in the first five years of practice, supporting them with a critical text and the illustration of their work on the magazine's back cover. The first five years saw a comprehensive collection policy; since 2009, at least...

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Del Kathryn Barton – Signed Limited Edition Print

The first in a series of Dott Tales, the publication The Nightingale and the Rose (2012) presents twenty new paintings and drawings by Del Kathryn Barton inspired by Oscar Wilde’s classic fairytale. One of the pivotal images, this digital reproduction is signed and in an edition of fifty.  Artist: Del Kathryn...

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Kathman Saves the World

The ARTAND Foundation is proud to support Kathman Saves the World, a thrilling narrative by 11-year-old author Sangay Linkins that traces the heroic journey of young Kathman – an environmentally conscious cat who saves the world from the melting Himalayas. Linkins’ quirky tale is brought to life by the bold...

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Del Kathryn Barton – Signed Limited Edition Print

The first in a series of Dott Tales, the publication The Nightingale and the Rose (2012) presents twenty new paintings and drawings by Del Kathryn Barton inspired by Oscar Wilde’s classic fairytale. One of the pivotal images, this digital reproduction is signed and in an edition of fifty.  Artist: Del Kathryn...

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Louise Weaver
Autumn 2007

Developed out of a vision to work collaboratively with artists to create unique covers, ARTAND Australia commissioned Louise Weaver to inhabit the front and inside pages of Issue 44.3, Autumn 2007. Weaver was the first artist to take on this challenge, creating the work Guido Valdez (Vendetta for love), 2006, in a response to the...

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Matt Coyle
2009–10

A four-part special commission with Matt Coyle, Hobart-based artist and author of the graphic novel Worry Doll (2007), ‘The Shades’ was presented in ARTAND Australia’s Issues 46.4, 47.1 and 47.2, Winter, Spring and Summer 2009, and Issue 47.3, Autumn 2010. Coyle’s intriguing narrative begins at night with a...

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Paul Smith's Mayfair Exhibition of The Nightingale and the Rose by Del Kathryn Barton

We are proud to announce our popular artist book ‘The Nightingale and the Rose’ is now in its 5th Edition. Paul Smith, London hosted an exhibition of the new animation directed by Brendan Fletcher and Del Kathryn Barton alongside large format prints for view and sale as well as our books and boxed gift card...

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The Nightingale and the Rose Fourth Edition

A collaborative project with Archibald-winning artist Del Kathryn Barton, this spectacular book presents a series of artworks inspired by Oscar Wilde’s fairy tale The Nightingale and the Rose. Lusciously illustrated alongside Wilde’s classic text, the book features twenty paintings and drawings that celebrate the wild energy...

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DONATION TO MURRAY ART MUSEUM ALBURY
by ARTAND Foundation

The ARTAND Foundation has donated the Art & Australia library of more than 2,000 books and magazine collections to the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) to support the museum and its education partners, Riverina TAFE, La Trobe University, Wodonga TAFE and schools.   After two years of major redevelopment, the new Murray Art...

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KATE BEYNON: AN-LI: A CHINESE GHOST TALE AT TARRAWARRA MUSEUM

Hong Kong-born, Melbourne-based artist Kate Beynon pictures the duality of her transcultural self and the alchemy of memory, folklore and contemporary life in her new collection of works staged at TarraWarra Museum of Art (TWMA). Featuring works on paper, paintings, an animated video and a suspended sculptural installation, the...

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Current: Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand

Current: Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand is the first comprehensive survey of all that is cutting edge in Australasian contemporary practice. This landmark publication looks at the individual practices of eighty artists who collectively reflect the vibrancy, experimentation and innovation of the art of the moment....

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An-Li: A Chinese Ghost Tale

Presenting a stunning new body of works by Hong Kong-born, Melbourne-based artist Kate Beynon, An-Li: A Chinese Ghost Tale marks Art & Australia’s second iteration of the Dott Tales series, following on from The Nightingale and the Rose. The book is inspired by a supernatural Chinese story of two young spirits who traverse two...

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Sam Leach

Sam Leach surveys the creative output of Melbourne-based artist Sam Leach, looking specifically at the artist’s idiosyncratic conceptual and visual vernacular. Featuring an essay by Tim Winton and in interview by Andrew Frost, the book explores the method and motivation behind what Winton terms ‘an iconography of...

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COMMUNITY PROJECTS
by ARTAND Foundation

It has been an honour for the ARTAND Foundation to work with communities, schools and artists on projects to empower young people to express themselves and find joy in education. Art & Australia began this journey with a collaboration between media art initiative NOISE and ARTAND Australia, this mini-magazine project...

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Tony Albert

Tony Albert is a comprehensive survey of the extraordinary oeuvre of contemporary Australian artist Tony Albert. Featuring a foreword by Hetti Perkins and an in-depth interview with the artist by notable curator Maura Reilly, the book explores the complex conceptual undercurrent that pervades Albert’s work. Colour reproductions of...

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Private: A Guide to Personal Collections in Australia and New Zealand

From recognised museums like MONA and Heide to rarified collections such as Gibbs farm, Private offers unprecedented insight into some of the most intriguing private art collections on public display across Australia and New Zealand. Written by Skadi Heckmueller, who composed the widely successful German equivalent, the book canvasses...

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Kevin Connor
Autumn 2011 and Autumn 2012

For this two-part project, titled ‘Scenes from an Exhibition’, ARTAND Australia invited Kevin Connor to document through drawing the inner workings of Sydney’s Art Gallery of New South Wales as it hosted the annual Archibald Prize exhibition. Connor’s drawings, in Issues 48.3, Autumn 2011, and 49.3, Autumn 2012,...

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