Franz Kempf: Thinking on Paper 1955-2002
Displaying much of Australian artist Franz Kempf's finest works from the past 47 years, this book is a celebration of an artist and educator renowned for his personality and humanism and whose ethical and political consciousness is vividly apparent in his art. Discussed is how Kempf conveys the pressing need for political dialogue through his art and how he became one of Australia's foremost visual artists.
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Abstract ADAM DUTKIEWICZ Adelaide Festival Adelaide Franz Kempf Alice Springs aquatint and drypoint art history artist Australian art Australian Painting BMG Art Canberra Contemporary Art Society Contemporary Australian Printmakers Coorong Cornell Prize Council of Australia Craftsman House cultural ﬁguration ﬁnd ﬁrst Flinders Lane Flinders Lane Gallery Flinders University Art Franz Kempf Recent Gallery of Victoria Guest Lecturer Hill Regional Art imagery images Interstate Exhibition Israel Jerusalem Kempf The Painter Landscape Langwarrin lithograph London McClelland Gallery media on paper Melbourne Two-person exhibition Mishkenot Sha’ananim mixed media modern Australia modernist monotype National Gallery One-person exhibition Painter as Printmaker paintings and prints pastel post-modern Predatory Flight Print Council Reﬂections Regional Art Gallery Robert Smith Sasha Grishin School of Art serigraphs signiﬁcance South Australian Graphic South Australian School South Wales Space Probe Swan Hill Regional Sydney symbols theme travelling exhibition Tynte Gallery University Art Museum University of Adelaide Victorian Art Centre Wagga Wagga Watercolour