The intercontinental trio are the first big commercial showing of Aboriginal Art on barks in London, courtesy of Josh Lilley Fine Art September-October 2007; the imminent opening of Utopia – The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye in Osaka, Japan at the invitation of Professor Tatehata, director of its National Museum; and finally, as part of the ‘G’day USA Australia Week’ in America – LA’s Museum of Design, Art and Architecture (MODAA) showed a mix of Aboriginal art and contemporary Aussie architecture.
Has anyone thought of doing that in Australia?
Read this feature, Aboriginal Art goes Overseas: 3 Contintents, 3 Exhibitions, at the Aboriginal Art Directory.
Artist: emily kame kngwarreye, owen yalandja, john mawurndjul, clifford possum, gloria petyarre, helicopter tjungurrayi, ronnie tjampitjinpa, arol hapke, jacky atjarral, mary elizabeth moreen, tarku rosie tarco, kitty kantilla, paddy bedford, gloria petyarre, eileen napaltjarri, george tjapaltjarri
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