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The Unauthorised Collection of John Kaldor (eBook)

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When I was asked by the non-profit gallery FELT Space in Adelaide, Australia to propose an exhibition for their space I began thinking about other people who collect artwork and how their collections acquire cultural and financial significance through personal stories, exhibition histories and auctions, to name a few. This led me to the John Kaldor Family Collection of contemporary art that was donated to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Australia. I marvel at John Kaldor's persistance and dedication to contemporary art but I also wondered if I could develop significance in my own versions of his artworks if I had them re-created by the painting fabrication company I work with in China and organized my own exhibition of artworks from the Kaldor Collection. With this as my focus I developed a catalog with images of the artworks and essays by artist Joey G. Cruz and art historians Andrea Bronte and Mary Coyne to give context and value to my re-made artworks.
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ISBN
9781105842054
Edition
First Edition eBOOK pdf
Published
June 27, 2012
Language
English
Pages
50
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.04 MB

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