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John Gregory

John Gregory lectured in art history and theory at Monash University. He has taught and written extensively on both European and Australian art. His major monograph on Melbourne painter Howard Arkley was published by Cambridge University Press in 2006.

John Gregory reviews ‘Freud at Work: Photographs by Bruce Bernard and David Dawson’ by Lucien Freud in conversation with Sebastian Smee

March 2007, no. 289 01 March 2007
In a scholarly study just published by MIT Press (Art as Existence, 2006), Gabriele Guercio considers whether the artist’s monograph is still a viable form, given various recent challenges to artistic and art-historical theory and practice. He concludes that although the monographic model does have a future, it must be reshaped inventively. Freud at Work – devoted to the English painter Lucian ... (read more)