Syndicated content about the history of Australian Aboriginal Art:

In 1971, Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri painted his first art work using acrylic on canvas. This was – except for a very few preliminary attempts – the beginning of the Aboriginal Art Movement, that spread in great leaps within just a few years. After only 15 years, that is in the mit-80s, all large art museums within Australia had built up their collections and had begun showing the works within the sections of contemporary art within the permanent collection.