Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial
National Gallery of Australia, 2007 - Art - 218 pages
Presenting the work of thirty artists from each Australian state and territory, the inaugural National Indigenous Art Triennial demonstrates the incredible range of contemporary Indigenous art practice. The works included were created during the past three years in a variety of media, including painting on bark and canvas, sculpture, textiles, weaving, new media, photomedia, printmaking, and installation. This substantial book provides an ongoing authoritative critical reference for contemporary Indigenous art in Australia.
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