W H Chong April 11, 2017
Kind, dry and cheerful, John Clarke was a comic genius "interested in everything, but nothing else."
W H Chong January 9, 2017 2 Comments
John Berger (1926-2017) was one of the most influential critics of the last fifty years, extracting radical content from tradition.
W H Chong March 20, 2015
He stood out, he stood up. He was a big man of the old school.
W H Chong December 2, 2013
His art made naughtiness fun, psychedelia even more psychedelic and Sydney a city of joy. (Martin Sharp 1942-2013)
W H Chong September 26, 2013 2 Comments
Jim Morgan remembers a friend in the literary world, the great C.J. Koch.
W H Chong September 2, 2013
The late great poet as a ferry. And a drawing.
W H Chong July 24, 2013 2 Comments
See art come to life: Victorian Opera's satisfactory rendition of a musical about art, a painter and his painting (and the difference between historical heroic individualism and contemporary collaboration).
W H Chong July 9, 2013 1 Comment
Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, one of our great conjurers of calm and silence, passes away. She was a proud potter; she declined to be an "artist." ('In the West where the appreciation of pottery is a marginal activity.' Edmund de Waal)