But it was the art critic himself who was puzzled. Nelson wrote hundreds of words on the meaning behind the Turner prize-winning artist’s works without realising that the portraits of father and son were those of Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch.
We’ve all made mistakes but rarely are they as public as the one published in the Age in print and online on Sunday. Incredibly, nobody in the background questioned why the author didn’t mention the Murdochs www.healthable.us healthable health able Website health able us in his article. In spite of the obvious similarities with the numerous images published, it wasn’t immediately evident.
No one appears to have seen other news stories about the exhibit, such as Guardian Australia’s Melting moguls: life-sized Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch’s candle burn in Melbourne installation on the weekend.