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Danie Mellor: Exotic Lies Sacred Ties

Maudie Palmer, Author/Curator; Samantha Littley, Author/Coordinating Curator
Format
Book
Published
St Lucia, Qld. : The University of Queensland Art Museum, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781742720883, 1742720889
Keywords
Fiona Nicoll
Hetti Perkins
Lisa Slade
Technical Details

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    a| Danie Mellor : b| exotic lies sacred ties / c| curator, Maudie Palmer ; coordinating curator, Samantha Littley.
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    a| 144 pages : b| colour illustrations ; c| 31 cm
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    a| Foreword / Campbell Gray -- Introduction / Maudie Palmer -- Parallel worlds: Hetti Perkins and Danie Mellor in conversation -- Danie Mellor and the Picasso principle / Lisa Slade -- All that glitters / Samantha Littley -- Colouring whiteness: states of domestication / Fiona Nicoll -- Danie Mellor : Curriculum vitae -- Contributors -- Exhibition checklist and index of reproductions.
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    a| This major survey will focus on the past decade of the artist’s practice. Mellor’s Indigenous heritage informs his art, which considers Australia’s colonial legacy. Born at Mackay, Queensland, in 1971 he maintains strong links with his mother’s Country on the Atherton Tablelands, Far North Queensland. The exhibition is the first to consider in depth how Mellor has contributed to contemporary Australian art, and will encourage engagement with the nation’s shared and contested histories through core themes. It will bring together key works from public collections, including Australian Museum, National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The University of Queensland and private collections.
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    a| Slade, Lisa, d| 1968- e| contributor.
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