“Imaginary Scale Audience, a sceptical approach to exhibition making’, Artspace, Auckland March-May, 2015 (Art& Language, New Zealand 1975, posters and artifacts)

“Exhibition^3: Documenta 5, Harald Szeemann, The Artists,” University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, February -March 2015

“Interaktion in dem Zeitgenössischen Kunst [Interaction in Contemporary Art],” in Vom Funken zum Pixel: Kunst + Neue Medien, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, October 2007- January 2008.

“Putting Painting at Stake: Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles,” Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles, ed. Anthony White, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 2002, 55-74

Consultant curator, The Achievement of Albert Kahn, University of Michigan Art Gallery, 2001

Consultant curator, Conceptualist Art: Points of Origin, exhibition in 1999, Queens Museum of Art, New York

“Australia’s Anxiety,” catalog introduction to History and Memory in the Art of Gordon Bennett, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, and Heine Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo, Nov. 1999-June 2000, 10-21, in Norwegian, 22-32

“The Art of the Real as Idea,” in Juliana Engberg, The Real Thing, Melbourne, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, 1997

“Aboriginal Art Now: Writing Its Variety and Vitality,” Contemporary Aboriginal Art 1990 – From Australia, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, Aug.-Sept., 1990 (presented by the Aboriginal Arts Committee, Australia Council), 3-14

“Pastoral,” in Daniel Thomas (ed), Creating Australia, 200 Years of Art, 1788-1988, International Cultural Corporation of Australia, Art Gallery Board of South Australia, Adelaide, 1988, 102-3 (essay on Streeton’s Golden Summer, Eaglemont, 1889)

With Christine Dixon and Virginia Spate, Dreams, Fears and Desires: Aspects of Australian Figurative Painting 1942-62, S H Ervin Gallery, Sydney, Newcastle Regional Gallery and Monash University Art Gallery, Fifth Biennale of Sydney and Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney, 1984

“Art Criticism/Self Criticism,”catalogue essay, Mildura Sculpture Triennial, Mildura Art Centre, March 1975

“Private Art and Public Work,” catalogue introduction, ACT 1, Arts Council of Australia, ACT, Nov 1978

“Una nota introduttiva su arte e ideologia,” catalogue essay, La Practica Politica, Commune di Modena, Feb-March 1979; reprinted in G. Bocchi, ed., Arte e Practica Politica, Parma 1979

“David Aspden and Gunter Christmann,” introductions in the catalogue of the Australian representation, XI Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil, Sept 1971

With Tony McGillick, The Situation Now: Object or Post-Object Art?, catalogue to the inaugural exhibition, Contemporary Art Society Gallery, Sydney, July 16-August 6 1971 (“Propositions” reprinted in Alex Alberro and Blake Stimson, eds., Conceptual Art, A Critical Anthology, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, 1999, 450-459.)

Power Bequest Exhibition No 2, catalogue, Farmer’s Blaxland Gallery, Sydney, July 1969, 32 pp

Power Bequest Exhibition No 1 1969, catalogue, Bonython Art Gallery, Sydney, April-May, 1969, 32 pp



1974-75 Galleria g.a.p., Rome (Dec-Jan)

1975 Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide (Mar)

1976 “Art & Language (P)”, Auckland City Art Gallery (Aug)


1973 “Art & Language”, Lisson Gallery, London (Oct-Nov)

1974 “Contemporanea”, Borghese Gardens, Rome (Jan-Feb) Galleria Schema, Florence (Mar)
“Project 74”, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne (Jul-Sept)

1975 Sixth Mildura Sculpture Triennial, Art Centre, Mildura (Mar-Apr)
“Art & Language”, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (May-June)
“Art & Language”, Art Gallery of South Australia (July)
“Performance, Documents, Film, Video”, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (Aug-Sept); Art Gallery of NSW (Nov-Dec)
“Artists for Labour and Democracy”, Toorak Art Gallery (Nov)

1976 “Irony”, Galleria g.a.p., Rome
Post-Object Art”, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide
“Australian Sculptors”, Photographic Exhibition, Ninth National Sculpture Conference, New Orleans and Kansas State University
“The Word in Art”, National Gallery of New Zealand, Wellington

1977 “Recent Australian Art” touring Canada (organised by the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane)

1978 “Act 1: Performance and Participatory Art”, Australian National University Arts Centre, Canberra (Nov)
“Political Practice”, Galleria Civica, Modena (Dec)
“Artists” Books: Bookworks”, Ewing and George Paton Galleries and elsewhere, touring Australia 1978-79

1979 “Parole e Immagini”, Commune di Milano (May-June)

“Urban Signals”, Centro Internazionale di Brera, Milan (June)

1980 “Contemporary Australian Artists: A Survey”, touring the United States, Nov 1979 to July 1980

1981 “Artists Against Uranium”, Artworkers Union, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, touring Australia 1981-82

1982 “Preston to Phillip, A Survey, 10 Years of Art Education”, Reconnaissance Gallery, Melbourne (June-July)

1983 “Russell Drysdale Memorial Auction”, Regent Hotel, Melbourne (Oct)

1987 “Politics and Photographs”, National Art Gallery, Wellington, N.Z. (May-Sept.)

1987-88 “When Art Hits the Headlines, A Survey of Controversial Art in New Zealand”, National Art Gallery, Wellington, N.Z. (Dec.-Jan.)

1990 “Now See Hear!”, Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington, N.Z. (July)