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Don Binney by Damian Skinner, D. H. Binney

Don Binney

Description : "This presentation of the works of the painter Don Binney covers the artists three major career stages, including his initial success and praise as a young star in the art firmament; the maturation of his work and his subsequent dismissal by the art world; and a final return to form in the last few years. Also illuminated is the development of the practice and theory of art in a corner of the Pacific, from the 1950s through the liberating 1960s and 1970s to the more corporate or theory driven approaches of the 1980s and beyond. This extensive sampling of Binney's work over 40 years, along with some sympathetic commentary and other illuminating text, encourages a fresh look at his achievement."

Subtitle : Nga Manu/Nga Motu-Birds/Islands

Authors : Damian Skinner, D. H. Binney

Published Date : 2003

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ISBN : 186940288X

Page : 130 Pages

Categories : Art

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Filesize: 6 MB

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