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In yer face: the Bald Archy Prize / Peter Batey & Fran Henke
Bib ID 6933413
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Batey, Peter, 1933- author
 
Description Hastings, Victoria: Flying Pony Press, [2015] 
©2015 
77 pages : colour illustrations, plates ; 31 cm 
ISBN 9780646940854 (hardback)
Summary

The Bald Archy Prize. Australia's best loved and only satiric portrait prize. Judged by a sulphur-crested cockatoo named Maude.

Notes

""The exhibition that gets people into galleries they've never been in before" - The Canberra Times"

National Library N copy has an errata of page 48 attached inside the front cover.

Subjects Art -- Competitions -- Australia.  |  Portrait painting -- Awards -- Australia.  |  Portrait painting, Australian -- Awards.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Henke, Fran, author
Also Titled

In yer face: the Bald Archy Prize. The alternative Archibald - outrageously irreverent comic art!

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