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Hunter, Robert, b. 1947
Robert Hunter is best known for his rigorous works, painted in shades of white. He was one of the artists exhibiting in The Field of ...
Jacks, Robert, b. 1943
Robert Jacks is one of the first generation of Australian artists to take nourishment from the post war American artists, rather than looking to Europe. ...
Lendon, Nigel, b. 1944
Nigel Lendon has developed a dual career as a sculptor whose work tended towards minimalism, and as a curator and researcher based at the Australian ...
Partos, Paul, b. 1943
Paul Partos's canvases reveal intense passages of his inner life, expressed in markings ranging from quietude and restraint to exuberant expressions of form and colour, ...
Burn, Ian, b. 1939
Internationally influential late 20th century Geelong raised conceptual artist. Central to the Art & Language movement.
Ramsden, Mel, b. 1944
Mel Ramsden was one of the key figures in the Art and Language conceptual art movement in London, New York and Australia.
Booth, Peter, b. 1940
Peter Booth first emerged as a painter of stark abstract works, inspired in part by his early years in the industrial town of Sheffield in ...
Robert Jacks: Order and Variation

by Jacks, Robert.

This large well considered retrospective survey of Robert Jacks' work sadly became a memorial exhibition as it opened two months after his death.

The Field

by Coleing, Anthony John, Hickey, Dale, McGillick, Tony, Partos, Paul.

The Field was the first temporary exhibition in the newly opened National Gallery of Victoria building in St Kilda Road. Its curators, John Stringer and ...


by Binns, Vivienne, Burn, Ian, Christmann, Gunter, Dawson, Janet, Gilbert, Kevin, Partos, Paul.

The 1968 exhibition was curated in 1995 by Michael Desmond and Christine Dixon and was drawn entirely from the National Gallery of Australia's collection. It ...