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Dollar Dreaming: Inside the Aboriginal Art World

Benjamin Genocchio, Author
Format
Book
Published
Prahran, Vic. : Hardie Grant, 2008.
Language
English
ISBN
9781740666091, 1740666097
Contents
  • Prologue: From the desert profits come
  • An art market on steroids
  • Gateway to the spirit country
  • From humble beginnings
  • The birth of modern Aboriginal art
  • Without the story the painting is nothing
  • The market and the makers
  • The ancient and the modern
  • When two worlds collide
  • The most coveted art in Arnhem Land
  • Black art for white people
  • Fakes, frauds and scandals
  • Paying Homage to the Dreaming
  • Epilogue: Speculation or Adulation?
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