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ARTnews is Australia's best Web Site about art in Australia. We provide a free newsletter subscription service that sends out links to reviews on all future exhibitions published by galleries and comprehensive links to dealers and galleries' own Web Sites. Art reviews, featuring art in Australia andpublished by galleries, are available throughout the month on, as soon as they are published. You can also search our archive or use our comprehensive list of key words (to your left) to locate the art and artist you are searching for.

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SA: Art in Regional South Australia
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NSW: Art in Regional New South Wales

Australia's only full service gallery, United Galleries is unique in our ability to provide our clients with access to a team of dedicated art dealers able to source works from emerging to iconic artists on the primary and secondary markets.

Peter Lane Gallery has been buying and selling antiquities, fine art, fine furniture and decorative objects for over 30 years. Click here to view antiquities available in Australia. The gallery shares a large space in Woollahra with Au Lion Des Neiges: art from the Tibetan culture, and Andrew Simpson Antiques: Australian furniture and decorative arts.

After a two year association with ARTnews, Ken Done Designs has decided to sponsor ARTnews to maximise their presence on this very successful Web Site and so maximise the number of users that go to their online enterprise.

Ken Done's presence on the very search-engine-friendly ARTnews, not only streamlines search engine- traffic to but boosts our strength on search engines and in a positive feedback, the effect thence brings more traffic to pages published by The Ken Done Gallery.

Fletcher's Fotographics and Leica are part sponsors of the Sydney Visual Arts School Degree Show Presentations for 2003.

The production of the Sydney Arts Map in 2000 was proud to be supported by NAVA. NAVA is also kind enough to advise members of the development of our services.
Coburn Fine Art Conservation was originally established in 1989 by Stephen Coburn, an artist and conservator who, being the son of prominent Australian artist, John Coburn, also grew up surrounded by and immersed in art, art theory and art history. Protect your works now. Make an appointment for a consultation.
Plummer's Fine Art BUYS, exhibits and consigns paintings and other artworks to Art Galleries and our exhibition outlets. Click on the link for more details.
Jan McCulloch, Director of Art Almanac was kind enough to sponsor our first map of Sydney's Art Galleries in 2000. Opportunities exist for further collaboration between Art Almanac and ARTnews.

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