The case of the vanishing mediator: seventies art in Australia

Rothnie, Susan (2012) The case of the vanishing mediator: seventies art in Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 12 140-160.

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Author Rothnie, Susan
Title The case of the vanishing mediator: seventies art in Australia
Journal name Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1443-4318
Publication date 2012-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 12
Start page 140
End page 160
Total pages 21
Place of publication Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia
Publisher Art Association of Australia and New Zealand
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract Australian art history is the subject of constant revision. For the last couple of decades, Australian art historians have increasingly revisited standard accounts of the country's artistic development, rereading Australian art according to current precepts. Largely, these researchers are motivated by a desire to engage with issues that, ignored or marginalised by traditional approaches, are now deemed important. Like most traditional accounts of Australian art history, Bernard Smith's foundational Australian Painting 1788-1960 is based on the sense of a chronological continuum that stretches from Australia's annexation by Europeans to the present day. However, as the revised editions of Australian Painting show, such a history becomes divided around the seventies.
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