Studio International

Published 15/08/2008

The following exhibitions will be showing work directly related to Guernica throughout April 2009. Mars Gallery, Melbourne: this will have the large double print 'Dialogue with 'Guernica'' and related works on paper. Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne: this will have banners based on the large double print "Dialogue with 'Guernica'' and related images from Gernika by William Kelly plus supportive documentation.

Kultur-Etxea/Foru Plaza: to coincide with the 71st anniversary of the bombing of Gernika, the large six metre high banners based on the double print 'Dialogue with 'Guernica'' will be hanging in the plaza throughout April.

1. William Kelly interviewed by Julie Copeland, ABC Radio National, 28 May 2006.
2. Paul Tillich, 'Prefatory Note', New Images of Man, New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1959.
3. Interview with Julie Copeland.
4. Janet McKenzie, Noel Counihan. Sydney: Kangaroo Press, 1986.
5. Bernard Smith, Noel Counihan, Artist and Revolutionary. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1993: 90-95.
6. Interview with Julie Copeland.
7. Ibid.
8. Alex Carrascosa.
9. Interview with Julie Copeland.
10. Ricardo Abaunza.
11. Godwin Bradbeer, 'Markers Along the Way: An Exhibition of Prints by William Kelly'. Shepparton Art Gallery, 20 July-20 August, 2006: 6.
12. William Kelly, Violence to Non-Violence, Individual Perspectives, Communal Voices, An Anthology, with Prints from the Peace Project, Harwood Academic Publishers, Sydney: Craftsman House, 1994.
13. Jenny Zimmer, A Contemporary Tragedy: an exhibition by William Kelly on the events surrounding the Hoddle Street Massacre. Melbourne: Museum of Modern Art at Heide, 1993.
14. Bradbeer, op.cit: 6.
15. Janet Mckenzie, Drawing in Australia, Contemporary Images and Ideas. Melbourne: Macmillan Australia, 1986.
16. William Kelly, 'Drawing', Bulletin of the National Gallery Society. June 1981: 8-9.
17. William Kelly to Janet McKenzie, Letter, February 1985.
18. Maudie Palmer, Profile 3/1976 William Kelly, An Exhibition of Recent Work. 7 April-7 May, Melbourne: University of Melbourne Gallery, 1976.
19. Interview with Janet McKenzie. Melbourne: Gerstman Abdullah Gallery, 1984.
20. Elwyn Lynn, Proving that Realism is alive and well in the Ameican Scene, The Bulletin. Sydney, 28 June 1969: 52.
21. Interview with Julie Copeland.