The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!

Wondering how to maximise your tax return for your business and feel like you’ve come out somehow on top?! With Australia’s tax breaks available to businesses which turnover under $10 million annually, owning your own art collection has never been so simple. Michael Fox, a leading Melbourne tax accountant specialising in the arts explains, “TheContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!”

The Finkelstein Files: A Few of My Favourite Things!!!

In the last post for the year, 2017 has been a rollercoaster ride for many. I for one, am looking forward to a complete summer break with my favourite little peeps, my twin 8 year old’s.  It’s all about having fun and being in the moment, taking our time, and few plans except soaking up theContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: A Few of My Favourite Things!!!”

Thierry B Fine Art: What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art?

What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art ? The contradiction of Aboriginal art is that it is both timeless and contemporary at the same time. This duality challenges the Western understanding of the progress of culture and ideas. Since Aboriginal culture is the oldest continuous living culture in the world , her artwork has existed for 40,000Continue reading “Thierry B Fine Art: What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art?”

The Finkelstein Files: Indigenous Instyle

Lily Kelly Napangardi is a highly esteemed artist recognized for her contribution to contemporary aboriginal artwork. With a talent for intricate detail, Lily has captivated audiences with her interpretations of the shifting seasons and changing country. Napangardi  was born around 1948, is a senior law woman of the Watiyawanu community, Haasts Bluff and is fromContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Indigenous Instyle”

The Finkelstein Files: Age of Reko’ning

Fitzroy-based Reko Rennie is a profilic artist whose bold, graphic work across a variety of mediums explores his indigenous heritage and association to the Kamilaroi people.  Reko uses traditional geometric patterning that represents his community – in particular the repeating diamond shape, which he describes as a sort of ‘family crest’ for the Kamilaroi people.  Alongside thisContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Age of Reko’ning”