Monthly Archives: September 2017

Visiting Professor of Australian Studies – University of Tokyo

Visiting Professor of Australian Studies 2018-19 AND/OR 2019-20 Centre for Pacific and American Studies Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo Position: Visiting Professor Open to: Australian citizens and permanent residents Location: Centre for Pacific and American Studies, University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus Salary: Starting Salary ¥600,000 per month (before tax). Duration: Approximately 10 months Commencement of position: Early September 2018 or early September 2019. Applicants may apply for either term or both terms. This must be indicated clearly on your application. Closing date for applications: 5:00 pm, Friday 29 September 2017 Applications: Email applications to: k.darian-smith@unimelb.edu.au with the words “Confidential Visiting Professor Tokyo” in the […]

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The Long Dream of Waking – New Perspectives on Len Lye – Eds. Paul Brobbel, Wystan Curnow, Roger Horrocks

The Long Dream of Waking: New Perspectives on Len Lye Recognised internationally as one of the twentieth century’s great modernist innovators, New Zealand artist Len Lye is most famous for his avant-garde experimental films and for his astonishing and playful kinetic sculptures. Always fascinated by the interplay of movement and light, this extraordinary artist also expressed himself in photography, drawing, painting and poetry. During his lifetime he was better known in the art capitals of North America and Europe than in the country of his birth, but that has changed since the establishment of the foundation dedicated to his works […]

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New publication – Rick Amor: An Online Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints by Irena Zdanowicz

Rick Amor: An Online Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints by Irena Zdanowicz was launched on 15 July in Canberra at the National Gallery of Australia during the symposium ‘The Art of Attribution: The Catalogue Raisonné in the 21st Century’, organized jointly by the NGA and the Australian Institute of Art History at the University of Melbourne. This publication is the first online catalogue raisonné of prints to be published in Australia and is a work in progress. Its first phase documents Rick Amor’s intaglio prints and their 900-plus states; the relief prints and lithographs will be added in due course. […]

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