The Drawings of Bronzino

This beautiful new book from Yale University Press highlights the wonderful draughtsmanship of Mannerist artist Agnolo Bronzino who was a pupil of the great Pontormo. It can be found on the browsing shelves in the Arts Reading Room.

Yale University Press, 2010

Yale University Press, 2010

Rupert Bunny: Artist in Paris

This is the catalogue to the current exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria centred on Australian artist Rupert Bunny, whose life in Paris over 50 years provided inspiration for some of the most sumptuous and idyllic imagery you’re ever likely to encounter.
Art Gallery of NSW, 2009

Art Gallery of NSW, 2009

Dennis Hopper and the New Hollywood

The recent death of Hollywood rebel and icon Dennis Hopper made the recent exhibition of art from his private collection at ACMI that much more topical. Mind you with artists such as Warhol, Ruscha, Lichtenstein and Basquiat represented, not to mention some of Hopper’s own work, it was always going to be interesting. If you missed it you can catch up with the catalogue, available on the browsing shelves in Arts.

Flammarion/ACMI, 2009

Flammarion/ACMI, 2009

Forbidden Broadway: Behind the Mylar Curtain

For nearly 30 years Gerard Alessandrini’s revue has been sending up the good, the bad and the ugly of Broadway musical theatre. This lavishly illustrated book by Alessandrini himself  recreates many of the show’s highlights, and includes some of the more iconic script moments.

Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2009

Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2009

I Am Ozzy by Ozzy Osbourne with Chris Ayres

From Bronzino to Ozzy Osbourne; enough said!

Sphere, 2009

Sphere, 2009

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