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146 May Day Bash c1988-1995
Colour lithograph poster, 59.2 x 41.9cm.
Text continues "The Vic. Coalition of Aboriginal Organisations & Community Radio 3CR presents. Saturday, 6th May, Storey Hall, RMIT - Swanston Street, City. 8pm-1am, $10/8/5. Mixed Relations
with Joe Geia; Majuba; Suffering Jets; Black Lace; Archie Roach & Ruby Hunter; Peter Rotomah & Friends; [and] a host of Koori acts. Childcare will be provided. No BYO, food and drink available."
Held in NLA.
$880


147 Hiroshima Day March c1989
Colour process lithograph poster, 57.2 x 43.1cm. Tears, creases, crazing, indentations, surface loss.
Text includes "August 8. Stop uranium mining & nuclear war. Protest and survive. Belmore Park at 10.30. For inquiries and donations contact: Hiroshima Day Committee, c/- AICD, PO Box A243, South Sydney 2000. Designed by Rat Grafix 2125649. Printed by Panacea Press 2111089." Held in Fryer Library, University of Queensland.
$880


148 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
Nick Greiner [With Plunder], c1990-1992. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in pencil lower right, publishing annotations in pencil and ink in lower margin, title in pencil verso, 27.1 x 27.7cm. Minor soiling and creases overall.
Nick Greiner was the Premier of NSW from 1988 to 1992. Regarded as fiscally conservative, he served as his own Treasurer, announcing plans to cut costs in education, increase charges for public education, eliminate free public transport for school students and reduce teaching staff by creating composite classes. Ref: Wiki.
$770


149 Demolish Brereton c1990s
Colour screenprint poster, 76.5 x 50.6cm. Minor foxing and tears to margins, faded ink smudge in lower margin. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Kill. Kill. Kill. CRUD [Citizens for the Removal of Unwanted Development]." Laurie Brereton was a member of the Australian Labor Party who represented the Division of Kingsford Smith, NSW, in the Australian House of Representatives from 1990 to 2004. He is credited with building Sydney's controversial monorail, which opened in 1988 and closed in 2013. Ref: Wiki.
$770


150 Kick Laurie B. [Brereton] Up The Arse!! c1990s
Colour screenprint poster, 76.4 x 50.9cm. Minor foxing and surface loss to margins, faded ink smudge in lower margin. Linen-backed.
Text continues "Citizens for Removal of Unwanted Development. Oink oink oink, naughty boy pig. CRUD."
$770


151 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill], c1990s. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in gouache lower right, publishing annotations in pencil in lower margin, The Australian publishing receipt attached verso, 24.4 x 27.5cm. Minor soiling overall, slight crease to right margin.
$660


152 Paul Keating c1990s
Vintage silver gelatin photograph, autographed in ink on image lower centre, 20.5 x 15.5cm. Slight creases, indentations.
$1,250


153 The Hon. Edward Gough Whitlam c1990s
Vintage silver gelatin photograph, mounted with stamped autograph and typed credentials, annotated "34/34A Gough Whitlam" in pencil with Fairfax copyright stamp verso, 20.5 x 15.3cm.
Stamp includes "John Fairfax & Sons. 235 Jones Street, Broadway, 2007."
$770


154 The Taxing. A 15% Horror Story c1991
Colour process lithograph poster, 59.4 x 41.9cm. Crinkles, creases, old horizontal fold.
Text includes "Books & posters; bus fares, train tickets, taxi rides; dances, bands, clubs; movie and theatre tickets; hamburgers, pizzas, shakes, Chinese, chicken; ice cream, soft drinks +15% tax. 'Here's Johnny.' A night out will never be the same. And all this on the Liberals' youth wage, $3.00 per hour. It's a lifestyle horror story - it could be coming to your street soon! Do something Think when you vote. Authorised by S. Thompson for Australian Young Labor, c/- Labor Resource Centre, Edmondstone Pl, Belconnen ACT 2616. Printed by Union Offset Co. P/L, 20 Pirie St, Fyshwick ACT."
$770


155 Bob Hawke c1991
C-type photo graph, inscribed in ink on image centre left, 15.3 x 10.2cm. Scratches to upper portion.
Inscription reads "To Dennis, best wishes, Bob Hawke."
$990


156 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Paul Keating As Robin Hood], c1991. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in pencil lower left with publishing annotations in lower margin, 35.3 x 13.9cm. Slight foxing, soiling.
Suzanne White, a Queensland and Sydney digital animator, caricaturist and cartoonist, won the 'Artist of the Year' Stanley Award in 1990 and her first Walkley award in 1996. Ref: DAAO.
$990


157 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Bob Hawke], c1991. Airbrush with pencil, white gouache and highlight, signed in pencil upper right with publishing annotations in lower margin, Daily Telegraph Mirror publishing receipt attached verso, 33.7 x 25cm. Soiling, slight creases.
$990


158 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Bill Clinton, Al Gore And Wives In Front Of White House], 1992. Airbrush with pencil, white gouache and highlight, publishing annotations in pencil upper right, Daily Telegraph Mirror publishing receipt with date "4.11.92" attached verso, 33.3 x 14.8cm.
Includes Hillary Rodham Clinton and Tipper Gore wearing campaign T-shirts for their husbands.
$880


159 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
Clinton, Bush, Perot, c1992. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in pencil upper left with publishing annotations in lower margin, titled and dated "c1992" in pencil verso, 25.3 x 34.2cm. Minor soiling overall.
Ross Perot is an American businessman best known for being a highly popular independent presidential candidate in the 1992 elections, at one point polling roughly even with the two major party candidates, Bill Clinton and George Bush. Ref: Wiki.
$770


160 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Queen Elizabeth And Paul Keating], c1992. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in pencil upper right with publishing annotations in lower margin, The Australian publishing receipt
with date attached verso, 37.6 x 23cm. Minor foxing, soiling and creases overall.
Paul Keating earned the name 'The Lizard of Oz' after breaking royal protocol by putting his arm around the Queen during her 1992 tour of Australia. Ref: SMH.
$990


161 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Class Of '92. Looking For Work], 1992. Airbrush with pencil, gouache and highlight, signed in pencil upper right with publishing annotations in lower margin, Daily Telegraph Mirror publishing receipt dated "3 July 1992" attached verso, 27.5 x 20.9cm.
Caption in image reads "'Work is what I want, not charity. Who will help me get a job. Best of references. Please phone John, 34162, room 52.'" In February 1992, the Keating Government released the One Nation policy, designed to target job creation. The government introduced the Australian National Training Authority Act, and the Disability Discrimination Act. By the close of 1992, unemployment was still rising. Ref: Wiki.
$770


162 Suzanne White Australian b.1966
[Boris Yeltsin Wearing Gauntlet Gloves], c1992-1993. Airbrush with pencil, white gouache and highlight, publishing annotations in pencil in lower margin, 28.6 x 19.1cm.
$660

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