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Whisson of Oz, the Great and Powerful

A show of recent pictures by our greatest living painter, Ken Whisson.

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The Good, the Boyd and the Ugly (Arthur Boyd@NGA)

Unfashionable, ugly, out of time. No worries, Arthur Boyd will still be towering there when we’re ready to return to him.

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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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“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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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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Melbourne Now: Envy and the Politics of Inclusiveness

MeNow envy — as the band Moving Pictures whined in 1982, “What about me?” Plus picks and pans.

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The Joy of Martin Sharp

His art made naughtiness fun, psychedelia even more psychedelic and Sydney a city of joy. (Martin Sharp 1942-2013)

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America: Star-Spangled Exhibition

Paradise regained for lovers of old-school painting. “America: Painting a Nation” AGNSW until 9 Feb 2014.

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Yes, Ono, Yes

Yoko Ono’s lifetime of hi and lo, sun and shadow art converts this sceptic. MCA until 23 Feb 2014.

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FILM: Only as good as it looks

Photochemical film is on the verge of extinction. Tacita Dean, one of Britain’s foremost artists, shows “FILM,” an homage to her expiring medium. At ACCA till Nov 24.

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