Late 20th century Sydney artist. Sharp's 1964 cartoon "The Word Spread Round the Arms", published in "Oz" was seen to breach the Obscene and Indecent Publications Act and resulted in charges being laid against Sharp and his editors. Later, after reprising his antipodean success with the London edition of "Oz", ... read more.
Deborah Kelly. Deborah Kelly began making socially engaged artwork in 1983. Her collaborative projects include boat-people.org and the prize-winning public artwork series Hey, hetero!, created with Tina Fiveash. Her work Beware of the God - commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and first shown in 2005 - was reiterated for the 2008 Singapore Biennale.
Deborah Klein. A printmaker whose woodblock and linocut prints have been widely published. Klein was Highly Commended in the 1996 Silk Cut Acquisitive Award for Linocut Prints. Her contribution to 'Alice 125', the 1990 exhibition celebrating Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' was a series of 29 woodblocks exploring the idea of 'the innocent abroad' - a tribute to two friends who died overseas.
Brad Miller. Brad Miller has typically manipulated found images and sound to create single channel video and multi-channel interactive works exploring memory and associations.
Alfred Oakley. A photographic artist and daguerrean who worked professionally as a photographer, Alfred Oakley, also known as Alfred Oakey, worked in Melbourne's Bourke St in the late nineteenth century.
Darren Sylvester. Sylvester's multi-disciplinary artistic practice encompasses photography, video, sculpture, text and painting. His choreographed photographic images are rendered with intense, glossy clarity. Themes in his work include relationships, emotions, urban alienation and the passing of time..
Oliver Streeton. Streeton trained in industrial design at the Melbourne Technical College finishing the diploma course in 1964. He moved to London in 1967 working as an art director and draughtsperson for film studios. He undertook further film training in Britain and returned to Australia in 1975. He worked in film in Australia and was a central figure in compiling a catalogue raissone for the work of his Sir Arthur Streeton.
Kevin Hambly. Hambly was an interior designer with a studio in 10 Jubilee Avenue, Carlton NSW. 10 Jubilee Avenue, Carlton. He exhibited in the Society of Interior Designers of Australia exhibition "Ten Best Dressed Rooms" in 1973.
Anthony Morris. Morris was the principal of Anthony Morris Interiors, 76 Archer Street, Chatswood NSW. He exhibited in Society of Interior Designers of Australia's 1973 "Ten Best Dressed Rooms" exhibition in 1973.
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