Adelaide-born painter Sydney Ball has died aged 83. Ball was born in 1933, and moved to New York in 1962 where he enrolled at the Art Students League and studied under Theodoros Stamos. It was a time when he was exposed to the rise of the Abstract Expressionist movement and rubbed shoulders with Mark Rothko, Lee Krasner, Barnett Newman, Robert Motherwell and Willem de Kooning.
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We are pleased to announce ABC Arts's Creatives - a season of five half hour biopics on significant established and emerging Australian artists. "Rosemary Valadon: A Sensual World" will be screened on Tuesday 4 April, 10pm, and available thereafter on ABC iView.
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Robert Rooney on March 21 at the age of 79; and we express our depest condolences to his family and friends. An obituary of the artist will appear in one of our newsletters.
We warmly congratulate Raymond Arnold on winning the 2017 Glover Prize. The artist’s painting, titled La Barque de Dante/Macquarie Harbour Party Barge, was unanimously selected as the winning entry by judges Ben Quilty and Eleonora Triguboff and Dr Mary Knights.
It is with great sadness that we received the news of the passing of Sydney Ball at the age of 83.
As if the issue of superannuation isn’t complicated enough, following the Budget announcements regarding superannuation, along comes another Treasury announcement containing draft legislation to amend the reform package.
Celebration of a great Australian artist. Currently showing at the NGV at Federation Square is an exhibition by renowned Australian living legend, John Olsen.
After years of battling government and the Australian Tax Office on behalf of the arts sector - a frustrating process to say the least - I believe there is a positive undercurrent beginning to emerge within the visual arts community.
In October 2016, the Baldessin Press launched its inaugural print folio. It was a wonderful function held in the Red Rotunda room of the State Library of Victoria.
As you know, Lowensteins is constantly searching for value-add of offerings so that we can provide the best possible service to our clients. Audit Shield is, a tax audit insurance solution which provides cover in the event of an tax audit, enquiry, investigation or review.
We were all very saddened by the news of the passing of one of our old friends and clients, Inga Clendinnen, in early September. She was a wonderful person to meet, full of intellect and charm.
In a park in Northern Germany two hours from Berlin, two Australian expats with a love of art have set up the Wesenberg Sculpture Park. This is the realisation of a dream by Peter Thompson and David Ng.
With our aging population, some of the most frequent questions that we get asked about are the issues around Aged Care and related Centrelink entitlements for the aged.
As part of our continued commitment to the arts, Lowensteins was recently involved in the awarding of a prize as an extension of our philanthropic activities to the tertiary education sector over the next twelve months.