detail: James Angus, Australia, born 1970, Rhinoceros, 1995, Fremantle, Western Australia, fiberglass, synthetic polymer paint, aluminium, 105.0 x 320.0 x 165.0 cm; Gift of Helen Brown 1996, Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

AFTER DARK

Here are the works from Week 2. Members of the public invited to vote for their favourite. The top four works will be included in the YOUR Gallery display.

 

  After Dark, Artwork 1 - Girl fleeing

ARTWORK 1
David Boyd, Australia, 1924 – 2011, Girl fleeing, 1967, London, oil on board, 90.5 x 67.6 cm; South Australian Government Grant, © Estate of David Boyd
 

 
After Dark, Artwork 2 - Dark Triptych 
ARTWORK 2
Frank Hinder, Australia, 1906 – 1992, Dark Triptych, 1969, Sydney, Luminal kinetic: wood, aluminium, electric motors, coloured lights, tinted plastics (or gels), glass, 76.2 x 195.0 x 22.0 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1974, © Art Gallery of South Australia, Photograph: Stephen Jones
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 3 - Side one record no. 9

ARTWORK 3
Aldo Iacobelli, Australia,born 1950, Side one record no. 9, 1991, Adelaide, oil on canvas, 190.0 x 190.0 cm; Möet & Chandon Art Acquisition Fund 1992, © Aldo Iacobelli
  

 
After Dark, Artwork 4 - The yellow glove
ARTWORK 4
William Dobell, Australia, 1899 – 1970, The yellow glove, 1940, Sydney, oil on board, 34.5 x 29.9 cm; Elder Bequest Fund 1940
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 5 - Composition

ARTWORK 5
Justin O'Brien, Australia, 1917 – 1996, Composition, c.1952, Sydney, oil on canvas, 61.0 x 76.2 cm; Elder Bequest Fund 1952
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 6 - Painting 1982

ARTWORK 6
Peter Booth, Australian, born 1940, Painting 1982, 1982, Melbourne, oil on canvas, 197.7 x 274.0 cm; A.M. Ragless Bequest Fund, © Peter Booth
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 7 - Images of Modern Evil

ARTWORK 7
Albert Tucker, Australia, 1914 – 1999, Images of Modern Evil, 1945, Melbourne, pastel on paper, 23.7 x 19.5 cm (sheet); South Australian Government Grant 1978,© Courtesy Barbara Tucker
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 8 - Stand (monument)

ARTWORK 8
Darren Siwes, Australia, born 1968, Ngalkban people, Northern Territory, Stand (monument), 1999, Adelaide, South Australia, direct positive colour photograph on aluminium, 100.0 x 120.0 cm; Gift of Janet Worth 2000, Courtesy of the artist and Greenaway Art Gallery
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 9 - Paler Than Pale

ARTWORK 9
Dale Frank, Australia, born 1959, Paler Than Pale Custard Cream Moonlight Off White Old Ivory Irish Linen Cream Neutral Beeswax Cornsilk Falmouth Hawaiian Sunset Paloma Burnous (Pansy!), 1999, Bundaberg, Queensland, synthetic polymer paint & varnish on canvas, 220.0 x 360.0 cm; South Australian Government Grant 2000, © Dale Frank
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 10 - Notes to Basquiat (City)

ARTWORK 10
Gordon Bennett, Australia, born 1955, Notes to Basquiat (City), 2002, Brisbane, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 152.0 x 182.5 cm; South Australian Government Grant 2002, © Gordon Bennett
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 11 - The evening moon over Mount Yoshino

ARTWORK 11
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japan, 1839 – 1892, Noguchi ENKATSU, The evening moon over Mount Yoshino: Iga no Tsubone, from the set One hundred aspects of the moon (Tsuki no hyakushi), 1886, Tokyo nishiki e, oban, colour woodblock print, 33.2 x 22.5 cm (image), 37.2 x 25.3 cm (sheet); Gift of Brian and Barbara Crisp in memory of their son Andrew 2003
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 12 - Pyrotechny

ARTWORK 12
Keith P. Phillips, Australia, 1898 – 1973, Pyrotechny, 1945, Adelaide, gelatin silver photograph, 18.9 x 14.5 cm (image), 20.7 x 15.4 cm (sheet); Gift of the Phillips Family 2004
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 13 - Lower the curtain

ARTWORK 13
Honoré Daumier, France, 1808 – 1879, Lower the curtain, the farce is ended (Baissez le rideau, la farce est jouée), plate 421, 1834, published in La Caricature, 11 September 1834; printed by Aubert & Cie, Paris, lithograph on paper, 20.0 x 27.9 cm (image); V.B.F. Young Bequest Fund 2010
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 14 - Mask

ARTWORK 14
Indonesia, Mask, 20th century, Kalimantan, wood, white, red and black trade paint, 29.5 x 34.0 x 12.5 cm; Gift of Peter Elliott through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2010. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 15 - Moonlight - Chepstow Castle

ARTWORK 15
John Martin, Britain, 1789 – 1854, Moonlight Chepstow Castle, 1815, London, watercolour with gum, Arabic, 22.2 x 28.9 cm; Gift of Margaret Bennett, Michael Drew, Michael Hayes, Hon. Dr Kemeri Murray AO, Shane Le Plastrier, Tom Pearce, Mark Livesey QC and Lady Porter through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation Collectors Club 2010
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 16 - Girl and the moon

ARTWORK 16
Barbara Hanrahan, Australia, 1939 – 1991, Girl and the moon, 1990, Melbourne, relief etching on paper, 25.3 x 20.2 cm (plate), 46.7 x 38.0 cm (sheet); South Australian Government Grant 1993
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 17 - Fireworks

ARTWORK 17
Utagawa Hiroshige, Japan, 1797 – 1858, Fireworks over Ryogoku Bridge (Ryogoku hanabi) from the series One hundred famous views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei), 1858, Edo (Tokyo), colour woodcut on paper, 33.7 x 22.2 cm (image), 36.1 x 24.1 cm (sheet); Gift of Brian and Barbara Crisp in memory of their son Andrew 2005
  

 

After Dark, Artwork 18 - John Brack

ARTWORK 18
John Brack, Australia, 1920 – 1999, Study for British Modern, 1969, Melbourne, charcoal on paper, 52.8 x 71.0 cm (sheet); Gift of Helen Brack 2010, © Helen Brack
 

 

After Dark, Artwork 19 - Wrap cloth

ARTWORK 19
Indonesia, Wrap cloth [kain panjang] with Banaspati face, 1907 or earlier, Yogyakarta, Central Java, cotton, natural dyes, tulis batik, 105.0 x 257.5 cm; Gift of Mrs G.B. Booth 1973
   

 

After Dark, Artwork 20 - Calliper sign

ARTWORK 20
Jon Cattapan, Australia, born 1956, Calliper sign, 1999, Melbourne, oil on linen, oil on canvas, 198.0 x 168.0 cm (a), 30.0 x 23.0 cm (b,c & d); Möet & Chandon Art Acquisition Fund 1999, © Jon Cattapan
  

 

 
detail: James Angus, Australia, born 1970, Rhinoceros, 1995, Fremantle, Western Australia, fiberglass, synthetic polymer paint, aluminium, 105.0 x 320.0 x 165.0 cm; Gift of Helen Brown 1996, Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney