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JOHN OLSEN, born 1928, MONKEY, pencil and pastel on paper
JOHN OLSEN, born 1928, MONKEY, pencil and pastel on paper SIGNED: signed lower right: John Olsen / 95 DIMENSIONS: 41.0 x 28.0 cm PROVENANCE: The artist, Sydney Deutscher and Hackett
MICHAEL PAREKOWHAITHE BOSOM OF ABRAHAM130.0 cm
MICHAEL PAREKOWHAITHE BOSOM OF ABRAHAM130.0 cm heightlight-box, screenprinted vinyl on Italian fluorescent light housing Deutscher and Hackett
DALE FRANK The Wonderful Painting and the Loose
DALE FRANK The Wonderful Painting and the Loose Labrador with Hi Ho Silver, 1994-95 synthetic polymer paint, enamel and silver paint on canvas 120.0 x 150.0 cm Deutscher and Hackett
VERNON AH KEE, born 1967, EDDIE AH KEE, 2008, charcoal, crayon and
VERNON AH KEE, born 1967, EDDIE AH KEE, 2008, charcoal, crayon and synthetic polymer paint on canvas SIGNED: signed and dated verso: Vernon A 2008 DIMENSIONS: 180.0 x 240.0 cm PROVENANCE: Milani Gallery, Brisbane Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITED: 16th Biennale of Sydney, Cockatoo Island, Sydney, 18 June - 7 September, 2008 ESSAY: 'Vernon Ah Kee's conceptual text pieces, videos, photographs and drawings are a critique of Australian popular culture from the perspective of the Aboriginal experience of contemporary life. For the 16th Biennale of Sydney, 2008, Ah Kee exhibits 12 charcoal and pastel drawings on canvas that continue his series of portraits of his family. The focus of each subject is their 'gaze' - the way they look back at the viewer. Ah Kee's drawings respond to the history of romantic and exoticised portraiture of 'primitives', and effectively reposition the Aboriginal in Australia from an 'othered thing' anchored in museum and scientific records to a contemporary people inhabiting real and current spaces and time. The drawings inhabit the space as an Aboriginal and 'human' presence. On gazing at the oversized portraits the viewer experiences a sense of discomfort, as the confrontational act of the stare, of facing an accuser, of exercising a right of reply, is strongly felt.'1 1.See http://biennale.sitesuite.cn/app/biennale/artist/24, viewed 9 April 2015 The following information is quoted from the artist's website: vernonahkee.blogspot.com 'Born in Far North Queensland, Vernon Ah Kee is a conceptual artist and a founding member of the Brisbane-based proppaNOW artists' collective. He has a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Hons) from the Queensland College of Art, Brisbane. Vernon's work critiques Australian popular culture, particularly the dichotomy between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal societies and cultures. His art practice consists of video, 3D installation, photography, digital design, painting, printmaking, and drawing. Vernon represented Australia at the 53rd Venice Biennale in the group exhibition Once Removed, 2009. His work was featured in exhibitions such as: Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial, National Gallery of Australia, 2007; Revolutions-Forms That Turn: 16th Biennale of Sydney, 2008; Figuring Landscapes, Tate Modern, London, UK, 2008; Contemporary Australia: Optimism, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2008; Erased: Contemporary Australian Drawing, National Art School Gallery, Sydney, 2009; proppaNOW: Putsch, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, 2010; proppaNOW: The Black See, KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns, 2011; UnDisclosed: the 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial, National Gallery of Australia, 2012; Theatre of the World, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, 2012; Volume One: MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2012; Everything Falls Apart, Part II, Artspace, Sydney, 2012; Insurgence, Museum of Australian Democracy, 2013; Australia, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2013; My Country: I still call Australia home, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2013; and Sakahan: 1st International Quinquennial of New Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Canada, 2013. Solo exhibitions include: ill-like, Kluge-Ruhe Gallery, Charlottesville, USA, 2012; tall man, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, 2011, Vernon Ah Kee, City Gallery, Wellington, NZ, 2010; Waru, Kick Arts Gallery, Cairns, 2009; Blow Your House In, Mackenzie Gallery, Regina, Canada, 2009; Belief Suspension, ArtSpace, Sydney, 2008; and Cant Chant, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2007, where borninthisskin, 2009, the first major publication on his work was published.' Vernon Ah Kee is represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane Deutscher and Hackett
RAMMEY RAMSEY, born c1935, WARLAWOON COUNTRY SERIES #1, 2005, natural
RAMMEY RAMSEY, born c1935, WARLAWOON COUNTRY SERIES #1, 2005, natural earth pigments with synthetic binder on linenSIGNED: signed verso: RAMMEY RAMSEY inscribed verso: Jirrawun Arts cat. RR 2 2005.54DIMENSIONS: 180.0 x 150.0 cmLITERATURE: Beyond Sacred: Recent Painting from Australia's Remote Aboriginal Communities: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Hardie Grant Books, Melbourne, 2008, p. 241 (illus.) Beyond Sacred: Australian Aboriginal Art: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, edition II, Kleimeyer Industries Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 2011, p. 257 (illus.)PROVENANCE: Jirrawun Arts, Kununurra The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Sydney, purchased in July 2005 Deutscher and Hackett
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