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MGA 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Prints : Female photographers, Indigenous photographers, Urban architecture, Landscapes (complete set)

$4,400.00 AUD

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Melbourne : Monash Gallery of Art, 2020. Four portfolios, each containing a printed colophon and three photographs reproduced from the original works in the Monash Gallery of Art’s collection. Each sent limited to 7 copies, numbered on the verso of each print. Includes work by Del Kathryn Barton, Max Dupain, Deborah Paauwe and Carol Jerrems, Bill Henson etc. The print by Jerrems is of Vale Street 1975, which at the time of publication of the folio, holds the record for the highest price of an Australian photograph at action (Sotheby’s, Important Australian Art, Sydney, 20/11/2019, Lot No. 1, $122,000).

A rare opportunity to acquire the complete set, the very limited edition of 7 copies of Female photographers and Indigenous photographers selling out within a few days of release.

From the Gallery’s website:

Monash Gallery of Art is celebrating our 30th anniversary in 2020, and as part of this exciting milestone, we have reproduced images from MGA’s nationally and culturally significant collection of Australian photographs. The images have been printed in partnership with LUMAS Australia, who boast an exciting repertoire of museum quality, limited edition fine art and photographic artworks – all at an accessible price. With works by over 250 established artists and promising newcomers, LUMAS delivers a comprehensive look into the contemporary art and design scenes.

There are four differently themed limited edition box sets, each featuring three A3 prints in mylar sleeves. Each editioned print is individually numbered and is beautifully presented in an archival lipped clamshell box from Zetta Florence.

Themes: Urban architecture, Female photographers, Indigenous photographers, Landscape

The Female photographers box includes:

Del Kathryn BARTON
born Australia 1972
of childhood dreams (a place to stand) 2014
courtesy of Del Kathryn Barton,
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery (Sydney) and
Arndt Art Agency (Berlin)

Australia 1949–80
Vale Street 1975
courtesy of Ken Jerrems and
the Estate of Lance Jerrems

Deborah PAAUWE
born United States of America 1972;
arrived Australia 1985
Eternal spell 2008
from the series Carousel
courtesy of Deborah Paauwe and GAGPROJECTS |
Greenaway Art Gallery (Adelaide)

The Indigenous photographers box includes:

Michael COOK
born Australia 1968; Bidjara people
#2 2010
from the series Undiscovered
courtesy of Michael Cook,
THIS IS NO FANTASY (Melbourne) and
Andrew Baker Art Dealer (Brisbane)

born Australia 1970; Bangerang people,
south-eastern Australia
She carries it all like a map on her skin 2014–15
from the series Punctures
courtesy of Peta Clancy

born Australia 1957; Bigambul people
Baby 2018
from the series Dreaming Mum again
courtesy of Leah King-Smith


The Urban architecture box includes:

born Australia 1944
Suburban aerial, Cheltenham, S 037 54
10.45 E 145 05 20.52 elev 462M 2013
courtesy of John Gollings

Australia 1911–92
Melbourne with rain 1946
courtesy of the Estate of Max Dupain

born Australia 1955
Untitled 107 1985–86
from the series Untitled 1985–86
courtesy of Bill Henson, Tolarno Galleries (Melbourne)
and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery (Sydney)


The Landscape box includes:

born Germany 1945;
arrived Australia 1950; died 1996
Lake Oberon, Western Arthur Range,
south-west Tasmania 1988
courtesy of Liz Dombrovskis

born United Kingdom 1913;
arrived Australia 1996; died 2010
Crevasse in Western Cwm 1953
from the series Everest first ascent 1953
courtesy of Sue Gregory

born Germany 1978;
arrived Australia 2003
Little mount II 2018
from the series Swell 2010–18
courtesy of Katrin Koenning and
Reading Room (Melbourne)