Why are Western Australian art and artists invisible?

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A retrospective of Guy Grey Smith prompts the question of whether he is often overlooked because he lived on the 'wrong coast'.

Torbay (1957) is on display at the Art Gallery of Western Australia in the first major retrospective of the neglected artist for 35 years. © Susanna Grey-Smith and Mark Grey-Smith 

Ted Snell

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