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Headlands : thinking through New Zealand art / exhibition curated by Robert Leonard and Bernice Murphy ; with John McCormack, Cheryll Sotheran and Cliff Whiting ; publication edited by Mary Barr. (1992)

Authors: Leonard, Robert, 1963-, Barr, Mary (Mary Milroy), Murphy, Bernice., Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Publisher:Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art,
Uniqueness:
  • There are 29 copies of this book in other libraries
  • and 29 copies of this specific edition.
Subjects:
Also Titled:
  • Thinking through New Zealand art.
Content Types:
  • text
Carrier Types:
  • volume
Physical Description:
  • 230 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Contents:
  • Figuring culture /​ Bernice Murphy
  • The unquiet Earth /​ Priscilla Pitts
  • Christianity in New Zealand art /​Alexa M. Johnston
  • Te po, te whaiao, te ao marama /​ an interview with Cliff Whiting
  • Maori: at the centre, on the margins /​ Rangihiroa Panoho
  • Moving images in New Zealand /​ Roger Horrocks
  • Modernism and modern-ization /​ Tony Green
  • Mod cons /​Robert Leonard
  • Framing the real /​ Christina Barton
  • The words and the art /​ Francis Pound
  • Making a scene /​ D. Beatson etc.
  • More...
  • More...
Notes:
  • "Project organised by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney in collaboration with the National Art Gallery, New Zealand ..."
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Other Form:
  • Online version Headlands. Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art, ©1992
Language:
  • English
ISBN:
  • 1875632042
Dewey Number:
  • 709.93/​04
Libraries Australia ID:
  • 8600623
  • 8600623
Contributed by:
  • Libraries Australia

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