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Blood Mystic Book Review Written by SASHA GRISHIN, Sydney Review of Books
Rather than opening with a gentle description of the humble origins of an artist aesthete, George Gittoes’ memoir, Blood Mystic, starts with the Australian war artist barrelling from an Afghani airstrip into the heart of Jalalabad, clutching a letter from the Pakistani Taliban promising to remove his head if he sets foot in the city.
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Wednesday 4th NovemberFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: George Gittoes’ will deliver the City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture titled ART AND NOT …
Australian artist George Gittoes AM will receive this year’s Sydney Peace Prize on Tuesday 10 November 2015 and will deliver …
Rampage is another Gittoes journey into the forbidden zones.
George Gittoes travels to Terror Central in Pakistan, where he decides to shoot a local Pashto telie film right under the nose of the Taliban’s anti-entertainment forces.
George Gittoes and his partner Hellen Rose have been risking their lives living in Afghanistan in a bid to ease unrest in the war torn country – and it is all in the name of art.
George Gittoes has given us the most horrible show in Sydney in 2014, or perhaps it’s the year’s greatest horror show. However one defines it, George Gittoes: I Witness at the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery is a harrowing experience.
From NIGHT VISION, the diaries.
Community, War and the Role of Art by Christiana Spens
George Gittoes and Hellen Rose team up with a local group of struggling actors to collectively declare LOVE and ART on Jalalabad.
Music extracted from the madness of war in Iraq.