10 Oct Blue Poles ought to be sold

By Caleb Bond WHY should the Federal Government continue to own a foreign artwork worth hundreds of millions of dollars when that money could go so much further? It’s a question Victorian Liberal senator James Paterson posed last week and one no one has yet been able...

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07 Oct Abstract idea to cash in on Pollock

By Rob Harris NATIONAL treasure Blue Poles should be sold to pay off debt, a Liberal senator says. The abstract expressionist painting, by American artist Jackson Pollock, was controversially bought in 1973 for $1.3 million - then a world record price for a contemporary American painting. The National...

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