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W H CHONG | August 21, 2014 | ART | |

Double Vision: Looking (Twice) and Thinking About Art

Stop! Look again . . . I have co-curated a show about misreading, or double takes. And painting lives on in Hipland.

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W H CHONG | August 12, 2014 | POLITICS | |

Australian Young Neanderthals Recruitment Poster

Misogyny, homophobia, racism and hairy armpits have never been more politically captivating.

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W H CHONG | July 25, 2014 | ART | |

“Tim’s Vermeer”: Geeks, Technology and the Meaning of Art

Can a millionaire technogeek with a Vermeer-obsession learn to paint like the master and make art? An email exchange between a painter, a musician and a blogger…

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W H CHONG | July 17, 2014 | POLITICS | |

Scott-Free Morrison and The Little Children

Does a minister suffer long dark nights of the soul? Picture and verse by W.H. Chong.

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W H CHONG | July 02, 2014 | BOOKS | |

“Joyful” – one of the best novels

A ‘Sideways Glance’ review by Jim Morgan: Why is a novel about grief and beauty titled ‘Joyful’? Robert Hillman’s new novel has it all.

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W H CHONG | June 12, 2014 | BOOK COVERS | |

Awards season: Calling book designers!

The Australian Book Design Awards call for entries, till June 23, 2014.

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W H CHONG | May 14, 2014 | BOOKS | 2 |

A knife in the street

Inveterate reader Jim Morgan finally gets around to the terrifyingly titled “Every Parent’s Nightmare.”

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W H CHONG | April 10, 2014 | LIVE | |

Garner and Gaita in conversation (Against chicken factories)

How do you stop a chicken factory? Part of the answer lies in seeing Helen Garner and Raimond Gaita talking.

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W H CHONG | March 26, 2014 | BOOKS | |

George Goyder: the Man Who Drew a Line across South Australia

Jim Morgan admires Janis Sheldrick’s biography of the man who drew Goyder’s Line. A short man, but mighty.

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W H CHONG | March 24, 2014 | ART | |

Piranesi: Ruin porn and the joy of print

The visionary 18th century printmaker Piranesi and his continuing effect. W.H. Chong picks shows at the State Library, the Ian Potter, and the Castlemaine and Hamilton galleries.

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