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  • Clarice Beckett | An Almost Forgotten Visionary

    If it wasn’t for curator Rosalind Hollinrake, a great of Australian art could have been lost to obscurity. Clarice Beckett's story is both poignan...
  • Original Copy | Philippe Le Miere

    Is Philippe Le Miere a plagiarist? Before his new series this charge may come to mind – but it would be erroneous. Featuring recent auction blockb...
  • On John Olsen's 'Edge of the Void'

    Behold John Olsen’s ‘Edge of the Void’, a suite of six original highly-collectible etchings. Dated 1975, these works are represented at the Nation...
  • The Ultimate Art Lover's Film Guide

    Take a culture trip this long weekend without leaving your couch. Your ticket is this guide, composed of films about art and its weird, wondrous an...
  • Women 2020 | Interview with Auguste Blackman

    Auguste Blackman dedicates his latest series, 'Women 2020', to his mother Barbara Blackman and womenkind at large. Like Barbara, who preserved des...
  • How does your print’s edition affect its value? | Into the marginalia of our most special prints

    We often get asked, what do the numbers and letters on a print mean? And more pertinently, how do they relate to a print’s value? Fair enough. From...
  • We're 19 Years Young! | Celebrate with us

    In nineteen years a lot can change. Since 2001, Angela Tandori Fine Art has dealt in countless works of art, migrated between spaces and shipped of...
  • The Accidental Revival | How Philippe Le Miere Stumbled Across the Pochoir

    What do Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse and Philippe Le Miere share in common? Despite being hundreds of years and kilometres apart, these artists ...
  • Interview with Steve Rosendale

    Described as the master of cinematic subterfuge, Steve Rosendale takes icons of a bygone era and cuts them with suspense. His work operates like a ...
  • Steve Rosendale | The Art of Intrigue

    What does the past look like? For many of us, the 1960s, 50s and even parts of the 70s are a smattering of images - Go Go boots stalking downtown N...
  • Garry Shead | The Man, The Myth, The Legend

    Narrative courses through Garry Shead’s work. Sometimes real, sometimes made-up and often a bit of both, his work tests the distinctions between tr...
  • How Art Can Ease Social Distancing | The Art of Solitude

    As we necessarily isolate, take in the company of art - it can turn loneliness into poetry.