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Behind the Doors: An Art History From Yuendumu

Philip Jones, Author
Format
Book
Published
Kent Town, SA : Wakefield Press ; Adelaide, SA : South Australian Museum, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781743052945, 1743052944
Keywords
Warlukurlangu Artists
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    a| The Yuendumu Doors are among the freshest, most remarkable documents of Aboriginal art. Painted thirty years ago at a remote desert school by artists steeped in ritual knowledge, the Doors survived against the odds. After near-obliteration by desert winds, sun, and children's graffiti, the Doors have been conserved and their powerful designs restored. Behind the Doors tells the story of these remarkable visual chronicles of Warlpiri country and Dreaming.
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