Artist's Choice: Five Decades of Artist Writings
Art & Australia had a long tradition of commissioning artists to write about artists. These are the essays they judged to be the best forty artists’ essays that were published in Art & Australia.
The essays accompanied by good illustrations are assembled into a large hardback book. Highlights include an article about Lloyd Rees by John Olsen, one on Colin McCahon by Rosalie Gascoigne, Russell Drysdale by Tracey Moffatt, Cressida Campbell by Martin Sharp, and Grace Crowley by Destiny Deacon.
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