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Renee Free and John Henshaw, with Frank Hinder: The Art of Frank Hinder

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November 2011, no. 336

Renee Free and John Henshaw, with Frank Hinder: The Art of Frank Hinder

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November 2011, no. 336

True believer

Ann Stephen

 

The Art of Frank Hinder
by Renee Free and John Henshaw, with Frank Hinder
Phillip Mathews, $75hb, 180 pp, 9780977553273

 

Frank Hinder’s abstractions, light works, and kinetic art have appeared in several recent survey exhibitions and publications, arousing renewed interest in the Sydney modernist (1906–92). It is thus timely for the first Hinder monograph, written by the curator Renee Free, with a chapter by the artist and teacher John Henshaw. No revisionary account, it began decades ago as a collaboration between the authors and the artist following the retrospective on Hinder and his wife, Margel, that Free curated at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 1980. After Frank Hinder’s death, Free continued working with his family. This self-published book – accompanied by an online catalogue of works of art, compiled by Adam Free, her son – is a labour of love by both families.

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