How can it be that the most tradition-bound Aboriginal art centre in Australia, Buku-Larrnggay, at Yirrkala on the tip of northeast Arnhem Land, is pouring forth the nation’s boldest and most innovative indigenous paintings and three-dimensional works? asks Nicholas Rothwell of the Australian.
The article goes on to review two current exhibitions, Wanyubi Marika and Young Guns II is at Annandale Galleries, Sydney, until May 10. Bitpit: Carving Project from Northeast Arnhem Land is at Raft Artspace, Darwin, until May 31.
Artist: wanyubi marika, gawirrin gumana, dhurrumuwuy marika, yilpirr wanambi
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Gallery: Raft Artspace ,