TWENTY covers the genesis and history of Sherman Galleries, placing the gallery's artists within a broader national and international context. The book combines research, comment and personal anecdote, illustrated with archival photographs, and it also features a substantial colour section of iconic works by gallery artists. With preface by Edmund Capon, Director of Art Gallery of New South Wales, biographies of the artists and contributors.
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Onsite

Location code REF.SHG
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2006

No of pages

304

ISBN / ISSN

0975768417

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Introduction

- Laura Murray CREE

Australia in Asia: Cultural Mediation

- Gene SHERMAN

William Wright in conversation with Tony Bond
Snapshot: Artistic Practices, tendencies and exhibitions in the Australian region from the 1990s to the present

- Michael DESMOND

Sherman Galleries: Into the future

- Simeon KRONENBERG

Autralian art and biennial and triennial exhibitions

- Leon PAROISSIEN

Artist-in-residence programmes

- Simeon KRONENBERG

Twenty: Sherman Galleries 1986-2006
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Twenty: Sherman Galleries 1986-2006