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Cogwheel and Blood. "Robert Klippel" by Deborah Edwards. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-03)
Histories of Australian Art have usually been histories only of painting. So Robert Klippel's sculptures and drawings are too little known outside the world of ardent collectors and art museums. Yet they might be aesthetically ...
The Wilder Shores. "James Gleeson: Drawings for Paintings" by Hendrik Kolenberg and Anne Ryan. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-06)
Surrealism has a strong interest for a mass audience, and the deepest penetration into popular culture. When it was new, surrealism was quickly appropriated into commercial and advertising art. Today, commercial cinema is ...