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Papunya: A Place Made After the Story : The Beginnings of the Western Desert Painting Movement

Geoffrey Bardon, Author; James Bardon, Author
Format
Book
Published
Carlton, Vic. : Miegunyah Press, 2004.
Language
English
ISBN
052285110X, 9780522851106, 0853319472, 9780853319474
Contents
  • Foreword / Hetti Perkins
  • Foreword / Robert Edwards
  • Preface / James Barden
  • Introduction: the interpretation of dreams / Paul Carter
  • Introduction: a way into the continent / Geoffrey Bardon
  • The beginnings of the western desert painting movement
  • The children come first, February-June 1971
  • The men and the murals, June-August 1971
  • The men's story, April-December 1971
  • The great painting room: like warriors of old, February-July 1972
  • The Making of Papunya Tula, September 1971-July 1972
  • The structure and meaning of the paintings
  • Meaning, approach and archetypes
  • hieroglyphs
  • Subject matter and meaning and the importance of the idea of story
  • Water dreamings
  • Travelling dreamings
  • Fire, spirit, myth and medicine dreamings
  • Bush Tucker stories
  • Women's dreamings
  • Ritual dance dreamings
  • My country (homeland) dreamings
  • The children's stories
  • [pt. 4.] The lives of the painters
  • Chalie Tarawa (Tjaruru) Tjungurrayi
  • Uta Uta Tjangala
  • Charlie Tjakamarra
  • Anatjari No. 1 Tjampitjinpa
  • Anatjari No. III Tjakamarra
  • Shortly Lungkata Tjungurrayi
  • Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi
  • Old Walter Tjampitjinpa --Tim Payungka Tjapangati
  • Freddie West Tjakamarra
  • David Corby Tjappaltjarri
  • Mick Namerari Tjapaltjarri
  • Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula
  • Johnny Scobie Tjapanangka
  • John Warrangkula Tjurpurrula
  • Old Tutuma Tjapangati
  • Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri
  • Old Mick Tjakamarra
  • Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra
  • Bill Stockman Tjapaltjarri
  • Kaapa Tjampitjinpa
  • Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa
  • Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri
  • David Corby Tjapaltjarri
  • Mick Mamerari Tjapaltjarri
  • Johnny Warrangkula
  • Afterword: at Papunya, 1990-1991
  • Archetypes and hieroglyphs
  • The school murals
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    a| Foreword / Hetti Perkins -- Foreword / Robert Edwards -- Preface / James Barden -- Introduction: the interpretation of dreams / Paul Carter -- Introduction: a way into the continent / Geoffrey Bardon -- [pt. 1.] The beginnings of the western desert painting movement -- The children come first, February-June 1971 -- The men and the murals, June-August 1971 -- The men's story, April-December 1971 -- The great painting room: like warriors of old, February-July 1972 -- The Making of Papunya Tula, September 1971-July 1972 -- [pt. 2.] The structure and meaning of the paintings -- Meaning, approach and archetypes -- hieroglyphs -- [pt. 3.] Subject matter and meaning and the importance of the idea of story -- Water dreamings -- Travelling dreamings -- Fire, spirit, myth and medicine dreamings -- Bush Tucker stories -- Women's dreamings -- Ritual dance dreamings -- My country (homeland) dreamings -- The children's stories -- [pt. 4.] The lives of the painters -- Chalie Tarawa (Tjaruru) Tjungurrayi -- Uta Uta Tjangala -- Charlie Tjakamarra -- Anatjari No. 1 Tjampitjinpa -- Anatjari No. III Tjakamarra -- Shortly Lungkata Tjungurrayi -- Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi -- Old Walter Tjampitjinpa --Tim Payungka Tjapangati -- Freddie West Tjakamarra -- David Corby Tjappaltjarri -- Mick Namerari Tjapaltjarri -- Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula -- Johnny Scobie Tjapanangka -- John Warrangkula Tjurpurrula -- Old Tutuma Tjapangati -- Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri -- Old Mick Tjakamarra -- Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra -- Bill Stockman Tjapaltjarri -- Kaapa Tjampitjinpa -- Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa -- Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri -- Freddie West Tjakamarra -- David Corby Tjapaltjarri -- Mick Mamerari Tjapaltjarri -- Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula -- Johnny Scobie Tjapanangka -- Johnny Warrangkula -- Old Tutuma Tjapangati -- Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri -- Old Mick Tjakamarra -- Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra -- Bill Stockman Tjapaltjarri -- Kaapa Tjampitjinpa -- Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa -- Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri -- Afterword: at Papunya, 1990-1991 -- Archetypes and hieroglyphs -- The school murals -- Water dreamings -- Travelling dreamings -- Fire, spirit, myth and medicine dreamings -- Bush tucker stories -- Women's dreamings -- Ritual dance dreamings -- My country (Homeland) dreamings -- The children's stories.
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    a| "In 1971, a hopeful young art teacher drove the long, lonely road from Alice Springs to the Aboriginal outpost settlement at Papunya. His name was Geoffrey Bardon. Eighteen months later, he left Papunya, defeated by a hostile white authority. But his legacy was the beginnings of the Western Desert Painting Movement and the inspiration for this account of Bardon's experiences and the art of Papunya." "What started as an exercise to encourage the Aboriginal school children to record their sand patterns and games grew to involve, at the peak of creativity, as many as thirty tribal men and elders. With Bardon's encouragement, these men worked to preserve their traditional Dreamings and stories in paint. The artistic movement unleashed at Papunya spread over Central Australia and has since achieved international acclaim." "Papunya: A Place Made After the Story is a first-hand account of the artists and the works emanating from Papunya. Bardon's recorded notes and drawings are here reproduced showing his extensive documentation of the early stages of the painting movement. This book features more than 500 paintings, drawings and photographs from Bardon's personal archive. Many of the images have never been seen before and many of the paintings are now lost. The publication of this material is an unprecedented achievement, and Bardon can now be seen as the catalyst he was for a powerfully modern expression of an ancient indigenous way of seeing the world."--Jacket.
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