Notebooks by Betty Churcher

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June 2011, no. 332

Notebooks by Betty Churcher

Miegunyah Press, $44.95 pb, 256 pp

Notebooks by Betty Churcher

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June 2011, no. 332

In May 1990, Betty Churcher, then director of the National Gallery of Australia, Bill Wright, deputy director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and I stood outside what had once been the seat of Count Ostermann. This impressive building sits right off the Garden Ring, which surrounds inner Moscow. It is now the All-Russian Decorative, Applied and Folk Art Museum. All three of us, on our first trip to Moscow, were investigating the possibility of putting together a major exhibition of Russian and Soviet art.

Alan Dodge reviews 'Notebooks' by Betty Churcher

Notebooks

by Betty Churcher

Miegunyah Press, $44.95 pb, 256 pp

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