[-empyre-] Nick Waterlow's death
niccolo.roberts at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 19:22:02 EST 2009
my x was working with nick many years ago in Sydney, during a festival, and
he often took the time to REALLY talk and listen to people outside of the
elite arts and society circles of which he often would circulate in his
duties and passions as a curator, administrator, wise man...I really liked
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 2:31 PM, Gabriela Vargas-Cetina <
gabyvargasc at prodigy.net.mx> wrote:
> I am very sorry to hear about this. It is shocking and awful. My
> condolences to his family and friends.
> Gabriela Vargas-Cetina
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> On 11/10/09 12:05 AM, "Gianni Wise" <gana at iinet.net.au> wrote:
> > yes I am totally stunned. He was very much part of so many lives. And
> > to have lost such a young life in a grand daughter. I personally find
> > all of this hard to comprehend. And so i am sure would so many others.
> > On 10/11/2009, at 4:54 PM, Timothy Conway Murray wrote:
> >> Dear Members of the -empyre- community,
> >> I am forwarding this fibreculture announcement from Melinda Rackham
> >> of
> >> the shocking death of Nick Waterlow, Curator of the Ivan Dougherty
> >> Gallery
> >> at the University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, which
> >> hosts our
> >> server. I'm sure you all join me in wishing Melinda and her
> >> Australian
> >> colleagues our very best.
> >> Tim
> >> We were shocked this morning to here of the tragic death of Nick
> >> Waterlow.
> >> Nick Waterlow director of Sydney's third Biennale and curator of the
> >> Ivan Dougherty Gallery was murdered last night. Nick and his daughter
> >> were found dead of multiple stab wounds, and his 21Ž2-year-old grand
> >> daughter remains in a serious condition at Sydney Children's Hospital.
> >> Nick was an inspiration to many and mentored at least two generations
> >> of Australian artists and art administrators.
> >> Professor Ian Howard, Dean of the University of NSW¹s College of Fine
> >> Arts, said the college was shocked and devastated at the news of Mr
> >> Waterlow¹s death.
> >> ŒŒIt is beyond belief and beyond reason that such a person of high
> >> standing, of such respect, could meet this tragic end.¹¹
> >> Speaking outside the college¹s Ivan Dougherty Gallery in Darlinghurst,
> >> Professor Howard said Mr Waterlow was great mentor to students and had
> >> played a major role in three Sydney Biennales.
> >> ŒŒSo this has international ramifications in terms of the loss of this
> >> great mind, this great curator.¹¹
> >> The Dougherty Gallery remained closed. A note placed on it¹s entrance
> >> said it would remain closed until further notice.
> >> Professor Howard, who had known Mr Waterlow for about 30 years, said
> >> the curator was a great friend.
> >> His voice faltering, he described how only a couple of nights ago at a
> >> Bacchus ball ŒŒNick was there in full swing as a 68-year-old acting
> >> like an 18-year-old back in the Œ60s. He was a great personality, a
> >> great friend, and a great family person.¹¹
> >> ect-20091110-i5l0.html
> >> sadly
> >> Melinda
> >> Melinda Rackham
> >> melinda at subtle.net
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