Grasp the big picture of a contemporary art gallery that’s among the country’s most influential.
A stunning pictorial history, 20/200 celebrates Sydney’s Sarah Cottier Gallery, one of Australia’s most courageous showcases for contemporary art. Spanning the gallery’s first 20 years and 200 exhibitions, this comprehensive volume includes images from every show and features the work of 88 local and international artists.
Since its 1994 inception, Sarah Cottier Gallery has exhibited numerous exciting practising artists, nurturing the careers of names such as Hany Armanious, John Armleder, Sydney Ball, Maria Cruz, ADS Donaldson, Mikala Dwyer, Marco Fusinato, Matthys Gerber, Diena Georgetti, John Nixon, Mike Parr, Koji Ryui and Gemma Smith.
This 432 page volume is hardcover bound with a rounded spine and features a holographic foil on the front cover. Complementing the volume’s impressive scale is its broad scope – the sheer quantity of individual works and exhibition highlights truly shine in this quality publication.
198 x 269 cm
Editors: Sarah Cottier and Ashley Barber
Essays: Nicholas Chambers, Alan Cholodenko, Julie Fragar, Christopher Hanrahan, Jason Markou, Amanda Rowell, Mark Titmarsh, Anna Waldmann