161 Paul Worstead Australian b.1950
Mental As Anything. Bexley North Hotel, 1980. Colour screenprint,
studio line "Ashtray" and initialled "A.S."
in image upper and lower right, 76.1 x 50.8cm. Repaired tears
to image lower left. Linen-backed.
continues "In the Teddy Bear Room. Mon., 31st March."
Held in NGA.
162 Thomas Keneally
Nimrod [Theatre, Sydney]
Colour process lithograph, 73.9 x 50.4cm. Repaired minor surface
loss and tears to left edge. Linen-backed.
House is a play written by Booker prize winning Australian author
Thomas Keneally (b.1935). The play explores "the true story
of Australian Aboriginals who expose their precious ranga, totems
which hold the secrets of the world, to the eyes of white Australians
in the belief that the white world will exchange its own wisdom
and technology in return." It was performed in the Nimrod
Theatre, Surry Hills, in 1980. Ref: AusStage.
163 Allniters. Isk
Colour screenprint, mono grammed "K.H." in image lower
left, 76.2 x 50.5cm. Linen-backed.
Allniters were an Australian ska-pop band based in Sydney during
1980 to 1987. Ref: Wiki.
164 Boogie Wonderland c1980s
Colour screenprint, 53.4 x 48.2cm. Repaired tears and old folds,
slight crazing and surface loss to lower right corner, uneven
trimmed edges. Linen-backed.
Wonderland is an Earth, Wind & Fire song released in 1979.
165 Marie McMahon Australian b.1953
National Aborigines Day Celebration Week, 1981. Colour screenprint,
83.7 x 59.4cm. Slight soiling and missing portions to margins,
repaired tears and creases. Linen-backed.
continues "Darwin 1981, 5th-12th July. Landrights, health,
meaningful education. Tiwi Designs, Bathurst [Island, NT] 15L."
Held in NGA.
166 The Police...
...Welcome To The "Zenyatta Mondatta" Australis, 1981.
Colour screenprint, 101.5 x 76.2cm. Repaired minor tears, slight
continues "Frontier Tours present...February '81."
Zenyatta Mondatta (invented words) was The Police's third studio
album, released in 1980. Ref: Wiki.
167 Share The Burden.
Walk Against Want c1982
Colour screenprint, annotated in ink with "Community Aid
Abroad" stamp on image lower right, 60.8 x 46cm. Minor stains
and rubbing to image centre, repaired pinholes and creases to
continues "Sunday, April 18th. 9am, Australia Square [Sydney].
Sponsor cards from all Coles stores or phone 264-2244. Community
Aid Abroad." Annotation reads "And from: Bernie Omodei,
Room G26A, Madsen Bldg., or SRC Office [University of Sydney]."
Community Aid Abroad is the former name of Oxfam Australia. Ref:
168 [Chairman Mao
And Officials With Children]
Colour process lithograph, text in Chinese with date in lower
margin, 106.1 x 76.2cm. Repaired lower corners, repainted margins,
glue stains and old folds. Linen-backed.
169 Toni Robertston Australian b.1953
"Peace On Where?" [President Ronald Reagan], 1983.
Colour screenprint, "Déjà Vu" studio
line and dated "Xmas '83" in image centre left, 77
x 50.7cm. Crazing overall and surface loss, repaired minor tears
to edges. Linen-backed.
in NGA. Ronald Reagan (1911-2004), who served as the 40th U.S.
president from 1981 to 1989, took an "aggressive, hard-line
stance" towards the Soviet Union and its military might
in 1983. During his Christmas speech that year he made strong
reference to "peace on Earth." Reagan eventually was
able to negotiate a nuclear arms reduction agreement with them
and is credited with facilitating the end of the Cold War. Ref:
170 Toni Robertston Australian b.1953
Greenham Common, Berkshire, UK [Nuclear Protest], 1985. Colour
screenprint, "Déjà Vu" studio line in
image centre left, 86 x 59cm. Crazing and surface loss, repaired
tears to upper right corner. Linen-backed.
reads "The first women's peace camp was set up in September
1981 at Greenham Common, Berkshire, where NATO has since sited
US Cruise missiles. The camp has been a catalyst in the growth
of opposition, both in the UK and abroad, to the escalation of
nuclear arms." Held in NGA.
171 Huxton Creepers,
Make A Killing Tour 1985
Colour process lithograph, 51.5 x 40.5cm. Trimmed lower panel,
minor soiling, sur face loss and stains. Linen-backed.
Huxton Creepers was a rock band formed in Melbourne in 1984.
The Murderess single was released as a 7" record in 1985.
172 The Rockmelons 1985
Colour screenprint, 76.8 x 50.8cm. Linen-backed.
continues "New single Time Out (For Serious Fun) on Phantom
thru Festival." Held in Powerhouse Museum.
173 Paul Worstead Australian b.1950
"Speak With Frankness." Stephen Cummings. New Single,
1986. Colour screenprint, studio line "Ashtray" in
image lower right, 75.8 x 51.1cm. Surface loss, repaired tears,
slight soiling. Linen-backed.
continues "2nd anniversary flight." Held in NGA.
174 The Cockroaches
[The Wiggles] c1986
Process screenprint, 64 x 50.7cm. Trimmed lower edge, slight
surface loss and minor soiling. Linen-backed.
continues "Fan club: 1/22 Royston St, Kings Cross 2011."
The Cockroaches were a 1980s pub rock band from Sydney, whose
members went on to form the children's music super group The
Wiggles in 1992. Ref: SMH, June 3, 2014.
175 Colin Russell Australian, b.1958
Think Globally, Act Locally. Nuclear Free Zones, 1986. Colour
screenprint, signed "Colin" and "Another Planet"
studio line in lower margin, 101.2 x 76.8cm. Repaired upper right
creases and tears. Linen-backed.
includes "A modern woman, she takes her work seriously
she's nuclear free!Local nuclear free zone, Non-proliferation
treaty, Rarotonga treaty, Unilateral disarmament. Australian
Nuclear Free Zones Secretariat c/- the Town Hall, Melbourne.
ph (03) 658 9800, Sydney ph (02) 265 9162." Held in SLV.
Australian actor Robyn Nevin appears in the poster.
176 Battle Of The
Surf Bands [Mambo] 1987
Colour process lithograph, signed "Richard Allan" in
image centre left, 66 x 47.2cm. Crazing. Linen-backed.
continues "3pm, Sun., 20 Dec., Bondi Pav[illion], $7. 100%
Mambo. Presented by 2JJJ." Held in Powerhouse Museum. Mambo
Graphics, an Australian company which designed surf and street
clothing, was launched in 1984 by musician Dare Jennings and
business partner, Andrew Rich in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria.
The Australian and international artists who created the graphics
included Richard Allan, Bruce Goold, Reg Mombassa (original member
of Australian rock band Mental As Anything), Robert Moore, Paul
McNeil, Marcelle Lunam, Matthew Martin, Gerry Wedd, Robert Williams
(US), Trevor Jackson (UK), Stephen Bliss (UK), and Rockin' Jelly
Bean (Japan). Ref: Wiki.
177 Glebe Street
Colour screen print, initialled "M." in image lower
left, 69.3 x 46.1cm. Linen-backed.
continues "Sunday, 15 Nov. 11am-5pm, Glebe Point Road. Studio
178 Sydney Cove
Farewell Month 1989
Screenprint, 101.6 x 38cm. Old tape marks, missing portions,
cracks and soiling. Linen-backed.
continues "Fri. 21 Apr., The Allniters and The Bastiaans.
Sat. 22, Spy v. Spy and Neil Murray." Sydney Cove Tavern
was a rock venue that operated from 1975 to 1989 in the AMP Centre,
Circular Quay. Ref: City of Sydney, Rock'n'Roll Walk of Fame'n'Shame:
City to Pyrmont, 2010.
179 Sydney Cove
Final Shows 1989
Colour screen print, 101.8 x 37.9cm. Old tape marks, missing
portions, cracks, soiling. Linen-backed.
continues "Wed. 26 Apr., Brass Razoo, 6.30-11.30 free party.
Fri. 28, Lime Spiders on stage 10.30. RIP 1975-1989." Sydney
Cove Tavern was a rock venue that operated from 1975 to 1989
in the AMP Centre, Circular Quay. Ref: City of Sydney, Rock'n'Roll
Walk of Fame'n'Shame: City to Pyrmont, 2010, p2.
180 Reg Mombassa Australian b.1951
Mambo Biology. Human Reproduction, 1995. Colour process lithograph,
dated and signed in image lower right, 98.5 x 69.4cm. Minor repaired
tears and surface loss to margins. Linen-backed.
contains a lengthy instructive description of "sexual congress"
using Tasmania as a metaphor for female anatomy. Held in Powerhouse
Museum. See also item #176, p9.