Linda Marrinon: Let Her Try

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    A study of the life and work of Melbourne artist Linda Marrinon. The book traces Marrinon's early engagement with figurative art, pop culture and post-punk music as inspirations for her art. It considers Marrinon's later, historically-engaged painting and sculpture in light of postmodern models of appropriation art and her study of 19th models of repetition, copying and seriality as creative practice.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationFishermans Bend
    PublisherCraftsman House
    Number of pages112
    ISBN (Print)9780975730324
    Publication statusPublished - 2007


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