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1 Streeton's Shriek Tim Bonyhady , 2020 single work column
— Appears in: The Monthly , December no. 173 2020; (p. 54-69)
1 Lords of the Ring : Vienna at the Fin-de-Siecle Tim Bonyhady , 2020 single work essay
— Appears in: Griffith Review , no. 69 2020; (p. 83-90)
'Vienna's Ringstrasse, built from 1865 on the site of the old city wall, has long been derided for its architecture. Because it is a domain of revivalist styles, including neo-Renaissance, neo-Baroque and neo-Gothic, modernists have been contemptuous. But the Ringstrasse has recently been reappraised, with Australia playing a part. A dinner in Melbourne in 2011 to celebrate the opening of the National Gallery of Victoria's Vienna Art and Design — Australia's first international exhibition focused on Vienna around 1900 — was crucial. At that dinner, one of the exhibition's curators, Christian Witt-Dering, suggested to representatives of the Austrian National Tourist Office that Vienna mark the sesquicentenary of the Ringstrasse in 2015. Witt-Diking proposed that the city celebrate the Ring as one of the world's great boulevards, and so it did, triggering a reappraisal that led Joseph Koerner in Burlington Magazine to declare the Ring 'the world's greatest instance of Historicism in architecture'. (Introduction)
 
1 1 y separately published work icon The National Picture : The Art of Tasmania's Black War Tim Bonyhady , Greg Lehman , Canberra : National Gallery of Australia , 2018 14745206 2018 multi chapter work criticism art work

'`Benjamin Duterrau and his National picture project are at the core of this publication because he was the colonial artist most interested in Tasmania's Aboriginal people, and the only artist who chose to depict, on a substantial scale, their conciliation or pacification by George Augustus Robinson', writes Tim Bonyhady and Greg Lehman in their introduction to The National Picture: The Art of Tasmania's Black War.

'The fresh research presented by Bonyhady and Lehman in this insightful new book from the National Gallery of Australia will no doubt tantalise art lovers and historians alike. It will also appeal to anyone interested in Australia's colonial past and in the ongoing interrogation of the historical record by Aboriginal artists and activists. Bonyhady and Lehman's introduction continues: `For Tasmanian Aboriginal people today, Duterrau's paintings provide a tantalising and rare visual record of the unique culture practice of their ancestors. Robinson's journals offer written descriptions of activities, such as spear-making and throwing, kangaroo hunting and ceremonial dance, accompanied by only a scattering of small, often crude sketches, which are vitally important firsthand observations'.

'This publication serves to conjure up and interrogate Tasmania's colonial past. Colonial representations of Tasmanian Aboriginal people are among the most remarkable and contentious expressions of Australian colonial art. The National Picture sheds new light on the under-examined figures in this difficult narrative: colonial artist Benjamin Duterrau, the controversial George Augustus Robinson and the Tasmanian Aboriginal people upon whose land the British settled.' (Publication summary)

1 My Grandfather's Head Tim Bonyhady , 2015 single work autobiography
— Appears in: Griffith Review , April no. 48 2015; (p. 296-307)
1 5 y separately published work icon Good Living Street : The Fortunes of My Viennese Family Tim Bonyhady , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2011 Z1784789 2011 single work biography In 1900 Vienna was one of the most exciting places to live in the world. Its glamorous high society was the envy of Europe, and it was the centre of an exploding arts movement that set the tone for the following century. Bonyhady follows the lives of three generations of women in his family who lived in Vienna, eventually fleeing to escape the Nazis and settling in a small flat in Cremorne.
1 Torn Between Art and Activism Tim Bonyhady , 2005 single work criticism
— Appears in: Eureka Street , May vol. 15 no. 4 2005; (p. 24-26) Local Global , no. 3 2007; (p. 19-23)
Bonyhady examines the conflict experienced by Judith Wright between her commitment to activism and her vocation as a poet.
1 5 y separately published work icon Words for Country : Landscape and Language in Australia Tim Bonyhady (editor), Tom Griffiths (editor), Sydney : University of New South Wales Press , 2002 Z949301 2002 anthology non-fiction Collection of essays which explore the inter-relation between Australia's landscape and language. The authors use literary and non-fiction texts to examine how language has been used to characterise Australian landscape, and how texts and stories have influenced environmental perception and action, as well as people's perception of particular places.
1 6 y separately published work icon The Colonial Earth Tim Bonyhady , Carlton South : Miegunyah Press , 2000 Z921245 2000 single work non-fiction Discusses nineteenth century responses, principally from visual artists, to the natural environment and its protection.
1 Louisa Tim Bonyhady , 2000 single work biography criticism
— Appears in: The Colonial Earth 2000; (p. 126-157)
Discusses the relationship with the natural environment expressed in Meredith's art and writing and her role in promoting environmental protection.
1 The Fine Art of Activism Tim Bonyhady , 2000 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 15 July 2000; (p. 4)
1 The Cross of Erosion Tim Bonyhady , 1997 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Humanities Review , June-July no. 6 1997;
1 1 Colonial Confusion Tim Bonyhady , 1997 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , April no. 189 1997; (p. 10-11)

— Review of Text, Theory, Space : Land, Literature and History in South Africa and Australia 1996 anthology criticism
1 Questions Unanswered Tim Bonyhady , 1990 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , August no. 123 1990; (p. 31-32)

— Review of Alan Moorehead Tom Pocock , 1990 single work biography
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