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Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, edited by Rex Butler

Label
Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art
Title
Radical revisionism
Title remainder
an anthology of writings on Australian art
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rex Butler
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A selection of the most important recent writings on Australian art which questions what is the proper role for art history? Is it merely to chronicle the truth of the past or is it actively to intervene in the events of records?
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
709.94
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
N7400
LC item number
.R33 2005
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Butler, Rex
  • Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.)
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Namatjira, Albert
  • Bennett, Gordon
  • Croft, Brenda L
  • Art, Australian
  • Art, Australian
  • Appropriation (Art)
Label
Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, edited by Rex Butler
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Sequel to the earlier work also edited by Rex Butler, 'What Is Appropriation?'
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Foreword / Michael Snelling -- Introduction / Rex Butler -- Impossible beginnings -- European vision and the South Pacific / Bernard Smith -- The necessity of Australian art / Ian Burn, Nigel Lendon, Charles Merewether and Ann Stephen -- Imagining the antipodes / Peter Beilharz -- Interview with Bernard Smith / Rex Butler -- Footings: the mythopoeic foundations of imperial time / Paul Carter -- Interview with Djon Mundine / Rex Butler -- In my father's house / Brenda L. Croft -- Remembering war in art / Anne Gray -- History backwards -- First Fleet artists: encounters / Paul Carter -- Thomas Watling: this prison this language / Ross Gibson -- Joseph Lycett: exposing the lie of terra nullius / Jeanette Hoorn -- Augustus Earle: colonial eyes transformed / Leonard Bell -- John Glover: the limits of redemption / Ian McLean -- Benjamin Duterrau: the first Aboriginal memorial / Tim Bonyhady -- Eugen von Guérard: possession and dispossession / Nicholas Thomas -- Louis Buvelot: the melancholy landscape / Timy Bonyhady
  • Tom Roberts: 'Where the sun never set' / Virginia Spate -- Arthur Streeton: shadows and symbols / Anne Gray -- The Heidelberg School in a new millenium / Juliette Peers -- 'Margaret Preston at home' / Catriona Moore -- Sidney Nolan: landscaping and modern life / Ian Burn --Albert Namatjira: the white mask / Ian Burn and Ann Stephen -- John Brack: the forgotten people / Chris McAuliffe -- Fred Williams: the Australian landscape through Derrida's eyes / John Lechte -- Janet Dawson: sightings / Mary Eagle -- After 'The Field' / Keith Broadfoot -- Mike Brown: waiting for post-modernism / Richard Haese -- Of love and modernity: the lament of Joshua Smith / Kate Briggs -- Gordon Bennett: the joker in the pack / Ian Mclean -- Questions of ethics, aesthetics and historicism in Gordon Bennett's painting: a reply to Ian Mclean / Toni Ross -- Alan Cruickshank: blurred boundaries / Ian North -- Colonial quotations / Joan Kerr -- Notes on contributors
Control code
000028570580
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
308 p.
Isbn
9781875792559
Lccn
2006373017
Other physical details
ill.,
Label
Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, edited by Rex Butler
Publication
Note
Sequel to the earlier work also edited by Rex Butler, 'What Is Appropriation?'
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Foreword / Michael Snelling -- Introduction / Rex Butler -- Impossible beginnings -- European vision and the South Pacific / Bernard Smith -- The necessity of Australian art / Ian Burn, Nigel Lendon, Charles Merewether and Ann Stephen -- Imagining the antipodes / Peter Beilharz -- Interview with Bernard Smith / Rex Butler -- Footings: the mythopoeic foundations of imperial time / Paul Carter -- Interview with Djon Mundine / Rex Butler -- In my father's house / Brenda L. Croft -- Remembering war in art / Anne Gray -- History backwards -- First Fleet artists: encounters / Paul Carter -- Thomas Watling: this prison this language / Ross Gibson -- Joseph Lycett: exposing the lie of terra nullius / Jeanette Hoorn -- Augustus Earle: colonial eyes transformed / Leonard Bell -- John Glover: the limits of redemption / Ian McLean -- Benjamin Duterrau: the first Aboriginal memorial / Tim Bonyhady -- Eugen von Guérard: possession and dispossession / Nicholas Thomas -- Louis Buvelot: the melancholy landscape / Timy Bonyhady
  • Tom Roberts: 'Where the sun never set' / Virginia Spate -- Arthur Streeton: shadows and symbols / Anne Gray -- The Heidelberg School in a new millenium / Juliette Peers -- 'Margaret Preston at home' / Catriona Moore -- Sidney Nolan: landscaping and modern life / Ian Burn --Albert Namatjira: the white mask / Ian Burn and Ann Stephen -- John Brack: the forgotten people / Chris McAuliffe -- Fred Williams: the Australian landscape through Derrida's eyes / John Lechte -- Janet Dawson: sightings / Mary Eagle -- After 'The Field' / Keith Broadfoot -- Mike Brown: waiting for post-modernism / Richard Haese -- Of love and modernity: the lament of Joshua Smith / Kate Briggs -- Gordon Bennett: the joker in the pack / Ian Mclean -- Questions of ethics, aesthetics and historicism in Gordon Bennett's painting: a reply to Ian Mclean / Toni Ross -- Alan Cruickshank: blurred boundaries / Ian North -- Colonial quotations / Joan Kerr -- Notes on contributors
Control code
000028570580
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
308 p.
Isbn
9781875792559
Lccn
2006373017
Other physical details
ill.,

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