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Painting Culture: The Making of an Aboriginal High Art

Fred R. Myers, Author
Format
Book
Published
Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2002.
Language
English
ISBN
0822329328, 9780822329329, 0822329492, 9780822329497
Series Statement
Objects/histories
Keywords
Ethnoaesthetics
Pintupi Painting
Postprimitivism
New Internationalism
Asia Society Gallery
Arts Industry
Technical Details

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    a| Painting culture : b| the making of an aboriginal high art / c| Fred R. Myers.
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    a| Durham [N.C.] : b| Duke University Press, c| 2002.
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    a| xvii, 410 pages : b| illustrations (some color) ; c| 25 cm.
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    a| Introduction: From ethnoaesthetics to art history -- Truth or beauty: the revelatory regime of a Pintupi painting -- Practices of painting: a local history and a vexed intersection -- The aesthetic function and the practice of Pintupi painting: a local art history -- Making a market: cultural policy and modernity in the outback -- Burned out, outback: art advisers working between two worlds -- The "industry": exhibition success and economic rationalization -- After the fall: in the arts industry -- Materializing culture and the new internationalism -- Performing aboriginality at the Asia Society Gallery -- Postprimitivism: lines of tension in the making of aboriginal high art -- Unsettled business -- Recontextualizations: the traffic in culture -- Appendix: A short history of Papunya Tula exhibition, 1971-1985.
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    a| This text tells the complex story of how, over the past three decades, the acrylic dot paintings of central Australia were transformed into objects of international high art, eagerly sought by upscale galleries and collectors.
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