This exhibition celebrates Aboriginal art of the ‘New Wave’: the daring and visionary use of colour by Aboriginal artists throughout Australia. The use of bright acrylic paints rather than ochres has fired the imagination of artists and liberated them to explore new styles and representations of their culture and lives. It reveals the artists as great colorists who have embraced new media to express their stories as old as the land itself.
Artists exhibited include : Jodie Broun, Lucy Ward, Loongkoonan, Tjunkiya Napaltjarri, Emma Daniel, Nancy McDinny and Josie Kunoth.
l’Imprimerie 16, rue du Vertbois 75003 Paris
MÃ©tro Temple or RÃ©publique
Friday 28 and Saturday 29 March 2008 12h to 18h
Sunday 30 March 2008 13h to 18h
After this date the works may be viewed by appointment.
Artist: jodie broun, lucy ward, loongkoonan, tjunkiya napaltjarri, emma daniel, nancy mcdinny, josie kunoth
Category: Europe ,
Gallery: Contemporary Aboriginal Art Paris ,