Dreaming in Color: Aboriginal Art from Balgo
From the Kluge-Rhue Aboriginal Art Collection
April 29 – August 12, 2007


A breathtaking exhibition of acrylic paintings from the traditional land of the Kukatja, Ngarti and Walmajarri people. Brilliant in color and vibrant in pattern, these paintings reflect traditional Aboriginal tenets and narrate Dreaming ceremonies dating back over 20,000 years. The exhibition also includes selections from the Kelton Foundation.

This exhibition is sponsored by the Folk Art Council of the Craft and Folk Art Museum and the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs. With addtional support from the Western Australian Trade and Investment Office.