Franz Kempf: Thinking on Paper 1955-2002

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Wakefield Press, 2002 - Art - 68 pages
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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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Sasha Grishin is an art historian, art critic, and curator in charge of art history at the Australian National University. Adam Dutkiewicz is an art critic for The Advertiser, Business Review Weekly, and Art Monthly. Robert Smith is an art historian, photographer, and critic. He was a founding editor of the Australian Journal of Art.

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