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|Title:||Cosmopolitanism and modernism: on writing a new Australian art history|
|Citation:||Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 2009; 9(1/2):101-118|
|Publisher:||Art Association of Australia and New Zealand|
|Catherine Speck and Georgina Downey|
|Abstract:||The relationship between cosmopolitanism and nationalism is very complex, especially from the point of view of Australian art history. National accounts form only a part of a whole, and hence, such a way of writing Australian art history would disperse with accounts of modernism and in terms of its passive reception or as a local manifestation.|
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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