• Tony Albert
    Once upon a time... (detail) 2014
    watercolour, gouache, printed book covers, collage, paper, wooden blocks, plastic figurines, vinyl
    27 components, installation (variable): 200 x 300 cm
    © Courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

    Raquel Ormella
    born Sydney, 1969, lives Sydney
    Wealth for toil I 2014
    cotton, metallic thread, synthetic polymer paint
    220 x 270 cm
    © Courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane

    Narelle Autio, Nipper I 2013 , type C photograph, 110 x 160 cm. Courtesy the artist, Stills Gallery, Sydney; and Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide.

  • Basil Sellers Art Prize 4 Education Resource

  • This education resource accompanies the exhibition The Basil Sellers Art Prize 4. The Basil Sellers Art Prize is an art competition and exhibition that offers an opportunity for artists and the viewing public to engage with the broad range of issues and ideas related to sport. It has been established to encourage Australian contemporary artists to make art that addresses the theme of sport and sporting culture.

    This resource is designed for both students and teachers of VCE Art and Studio Arts. It provides additional background and contextual information to the exhibition for the Basil Sellers Art Prize 4. The resource references specific aspects and concepts relevant to the outcomes of the VCE study designs. Teachers can review the content of this resource with flexibility to meet the specific needs and interests of their students.

    BSAP 4 Education Resource

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Richard Avedon People celebrates the work of American photographer Richard Avedon (1923 to 2004). With work from 1949 to 2002, the exhibition offers an in-depth overview of Avedon’s achievements in the art of black and white portraiture photography. In the show, instantly recognisable and influential artists, celebrities, and political activists including Truman Capote, Elizabeth Taylor, Twiggy, Malcolm X, and Bob Dylan are presented alongside portraits of the unknown or long forgotten. Coming soon, opening 6 December 2014

The Ian Potter Museum of Art
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