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“Robert Dickerson is quite well loved in Newcastle,” Loretta Morton says. “Visitors will come to the gallery and ask to see Guy, a portrait of his son held in our permanent collection, or a Whiteley, or a Margaret Olley.”
Rew Hanks has won the $16,000 first prize in the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award with his two-metre-long linocut, Gone Fishing East of Faskrudsfjordur.
For the 21st Biennale of Sydney, a full wing of Artspace is dedicated to the videos, sculptures, notes and paintings of Belgian artist Michaël Borremans. The darkened space is punctuated with screens, low-lit plinths and glass-topped cases.
In Familiar Stranger, Australian and international artists grapple with the at times unsettling act of coming home.
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