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Venice Biennale 2007 Australia : Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer, Callum Morton.

by Norrie, Susan [artist]; Von Sturmer, Daniel [artist]; Morton, Callum [artist]; Australia Council [sponsoring body]; (52nd : Biennale di Venezia 2007).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 167 pages : colour illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780522854282 (pbk.) :.Other title: Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer, Callum Morton; AU3 Venice Biennale 2007 Australia.Subject(s): Norrie, Susan, 1953- . HAVOC -- Exhibitions | Von Sturmer, Daniel. Object of things -- Exhibitions | Von Sturmer, Daniel, 1972- -- Exhibitions | Morton, Callum, 1965- . Valhalla -- Exhibitions | Norrie, Susan, 1953- -- Exhibitions -- 2007 -- Venice (Italy) | Von Sturmer, Daniel -- Exhibitions -- 2007 -- Venice (Italy) | Morton, Callum, 1965- -- Exhibitions -- 2007 -- Venice (Italy) | Morton, Callum, 1965- -- Venice (Italy) -- Exhibitions | Von Sturmer, Daniel, 1972 -- Exhibitions | Norrie, Susan, 1953- -- Exhibitions | Norrie, Susan -- Exhibitions | Von Sturmer, Daniel -- Exhibitions | Morton, Callum, 1965- -- Exhibitions | Biennale di Venezia (52nd : 2007 : Venice, Italy) -- Exhibitions | Biennale di Venezia (52nd : 2007) -- Exhibitions | Biennale di Venezia (52nd : 2007) | Art -- Competitions -- Italy -- Venice -- Exhibitions | Art, Modern -- Australia -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Artists, Australian -- Italy -- Venice -- Exhibitions | Art -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Art, Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Art, Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions
Contents:
Welcome / James Strong -- Foreword / John Kaldor -- Introduction / Juliana Engberg -- HAVOC / Susan Norrie -- HAVOC : an essay / Juliana Engberg -- The object of things / Daniel von Sturmer -- Away from their names : an essay / Justin Paton -- Valhalla / Callum Morton -- Returning soon : an essay / Callum Morton -- Piles, holes and ruins : an essay / Stuart Koop -- Partners and champions.
Summary: Established in 1895, the Venice Biennale is one of the world's most important critical forums for contemporary visual art. Thousands of the world's leading curators, collectors, gallery directors and critics attend this biennial event, which comprises more than 70 national exhibitions in 28 pavilions throughout the city. For the 2007 Venice Biennale, three Australian artists have been selected to represent Australia: Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer and Callum Morton. "The Venice Biennale Australia 2007" catalogue features their work and essays by leading art commentators Juliana Engberg, Stuart Koop and Justin Paton.
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Book Book Main library Non-fiction AUS VBI 2007 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Donated by Brian Parkes 2020-0204
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Welcome / James Strong -- Foreword / John Kaldor -- Introduction / Juliana Engberg -- HAVOC / Susan Norrie -- HAVOC : an essay / Juliana Engberg -- The object of things / Daniel von Sturmer -- Away from their names : an essay / Justin Paton -- Valhalla / Callum Morton -- Returning soon : an essay / Callum Morton -- Piles, holes and ruins : an essay / Stuart Koop -- Partners and champions.

Established in 1895, the Venice Biennale is one of the world's most important critical forums for contemporary visual art. Thousands of the world's leading curators, collectors, gallery directors and critics attend this biennial event, which comprises more than 70 national exhibitions in 28 pavilions throughout the city. For the 2007 Venice Biennale, three Australian artists have been selected to represent Australia: Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer and Callum Morton. "The Venice Biennale Australia 2007" catalogue features their work and essays by leading art commentators Juliana Engberg, Stuart Koop and Justin Paton.

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