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ALL THE BUILDINGS OF SYDNEY
Hardie Grant Books, 2015
All the Buildings in Sydney is a love letter to author James Gulliver Hancock's home town of Sydney, told through his unique and charming drawings of the city's diverse architectural styles and cityscape.
Tim Olsen Editions, 2012
Full colour illustrations
Designed as a cogent and multifaceted insight into a complex and imaginative artist, the main body of this book maps her work across the decades, beginning with her days as a student in Sydney's lively mid-century abstract scene and spanning her prolific output as one of Australia's most potent and original contemporary artists.
ART FORMS FROM THE OCEAN: THE RADIOLARIAN PRINTS OF ERNST HAECKEL
45 colour illustrations
ARTIFICIAL HELLS. PARTICIPATORY ART AND THE POLITICS OF SPECTATORSHIP
Black & White images
A searing critique of participatory art by an iconoclastic historian.
AUSTRALIAN ART A HISTORY
Miegunyah Press, 2015
Sasha Grishin is a leading Australian art historian, art critic and curator who has published some twenty books and over two thousand articles on various aspects of art. This book is his magnum opus, a comprehensive and definitive history of Australian art.
AUSTRALIANA TO ZEITGEIST: AN A-Z OF CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN ART
Thames & Hudson, 2017
Colour & B + W illustrations
From Australiana to Zeitgeist with Kitsch, Land Art and Xerox in between, this book brings together the work of 78 dynamic Australian artists you need to know, now.
BANKSY: YOU ARE AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF THREAT UPDATED EDITION
Carpet Bombing Culture, 2015
250 colour illustrations
Updated to include new work, this edition of You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat is the single best collection of photography of Banksy's street work that has ever been assembled for print.
BEVERLY PEPPER MONUMENTA
215 colour illustrations
Beverly Pepper, together with the two "Louises" — Bourgeois and Nevelson — heads the list of outstanding American women sculptors achieving artistic maturity in the mid-twentieth century.