Out of Australia is what many books aspire to be—an education, an eye-opener, and an invaluable introduction to a new/old and old/new world.
Art in Print, April 2011
This highly diverse catalogue is a superbly researched authoritative account of a huge period of change in Australian art, a change demonstrated by the inclusion of many works by Aboriginal artists... A visual feast of graphic art, it provides rich insights into the complexities surrounding what it means to construct truly Australian art.
A handsome and expertly informative catalogue.
Presents a coherent and familiar story of Australian art, particularly that of Melbourne, that unfolds through intelligent sequencing and the in-depth attention to a number of Australia’s major artists.
Includes brilliantly contextualizing biographies for individual artists.
Australian Book Review