Reid's Guide to Australian Art Galleries

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Allen & Unwin, Oct 1, 2005 - Art - 359 pages
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The Australian art market is booming. New galleries and art spaces are opening all the time and more and more people are collecting art than ever before. But how can would-be buyers and experienced collectors alike keep abreast of the country's many galleries and the artists they represent?

With full reviews of stand-out galleries and a state-by-state listing of over 800 recognised galleries, artist-run spaces and studios, Reid's Guide to Australian Art Galleries is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to Australia's commercial art world. Also included are listings of the country's significant national and regional galleries and museums as well as framers, conservators, auction houses and other art-related businesses, and essays on everything from making money in the art market to the joys and challenges of running an Aboriginal art centre.

Reid's Guide to Australian Art Galleries is an indispensable and practical resource for buying art. No art lover should be without a copy.
 

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Contents

Galleries
1
Art museums organisations and services
185
New South Wales
197
Northern Territory
244
Queensland
260
South Australia
270
Tasmania
276
Victoria
279
Western Australia
313
Arts fairs media resources ans support services
323
In case we missed anything
337
Index
338
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About the author (2005)

Before joining Michael Reid in 2004, Lucy Meakin was a specialist in Impressionist and Modern European painting for Sotheby's London. She has worked closely with a wide range of clients, selling artworks to private and corporate collections and art dealers worldwide. Michael Reid has many years of art industry experience having worked with Christie's London before setting up his own art consultancy in 1996. As well as advising private and corporate clients on their art collections, Michael has written regularly for The Australian, Personal Investment and The Good Weekend, publishes his own well-received art newsletter and is the author of the best-selling How to Buy and Sell Art.

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