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Chuck Close Exhibition, MCA Sydney

by Christina Sunario

I recently spent a relaxing Sunday at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, enjoying the much discussed Chuck Close exhibition. 546 more words

Art And Design

The Perks of Process

What do Andrea Mantegna, Chuck Close, and Michael Shapcott have in common?

Well, not only are they brilliant artists, but in one way or another, are all serving as the master guides to my current painting. 420 more words


Terrie Sultan | Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration

Aired 06.12.14 on So Hot Right Now, 2SER 107.3FM

Since 2003, Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration has toured all over the States; travelled to Europe and Asia. 106 more words


Fingerprint Olaf from Frozen

I wrote about Fingerprint Art with Toddlers recently (see my cute sporty little men here). With a lot of talent fingerprints can be combined to even more sophisticated ensembles such as a portrait. 124 more words


Summer Blockbusters

This time last year I was in Europe, cursing the cold weather and visiting as many art galleries as possible. This year I’m back in Sydney basking in the sunshine with no upcoming plans to see anything. 207 more words

Chuck Close at the MCA

This is Bob where I first saw him in 1982, in the Australian National Gallery.

It was an early acquisition and at nearly 3 metres high and 2.14 wide competed with Anselm Keifer’s ‘Twilight of the West’ for dominance of the space where they were displayed. 891 more words


I have been reading 2 books about Chuck Close and his work. Working on my portraits!