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Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art

Nici Cumpston, Author; Una Rey, Author
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Adelaide, South Australia : Art Gallery of South Australia, [2015]
Language
English
ISBN
9781921668258, 1921668253
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    a| Panpa-panpalya / Dr. Lewis Yerloburka O'Brien -- Welcome / Nick Mitzevich -- Introduction / Nici Cumpston -- Tarnanthi: Art Gallery of South Australia. Spectacular marks: TARNANTHI at the Art Gallery of South Australia / Nici Cumpston and Una Rey -- Riverland: Yvonne Koolmatrie -- Tony Albert and Alair Pambegan -- Desert Salon -- Dinni Kunoth Kemarre and Josie Kunoth Petyarre -- Karen Mills -- Namatjira Collection -- Mavis Ngallametta -- Ngarra -- Reko Rennie -- Brian Robinson -- Yhonnie Scarce -- Spinifex Arts Project -- Making place: Tangentyere artists and Yarrenyty Arltere artists -- Warwick Thornton -- Cornelia Tipuamantumirri and Delores Tipuamantumirri -- James Tylor -- Douglas Watkin -- Nyapanyapa Yunupingu -- Raymond Zada -- Kulata Tjuta Project -- Tarnanthi: partner exhibitions. mina lakapawa: Vicki West -- Our Mob 2015: art by South Australian Aboriginal artists -- A darker shade of dark #1-4: Daniel Boyd -- Les eaux d'Amoore: Archie Moore -- Biting the air: Fiona Foley -- Overseer/Officer: Jason Wing --Handheld II: Christopher Burthurmarr Crebbin, Debra Rankine, Sandra Saunders, Peter Sharrock and Karumapuli Jacob Stengle -- Bound and unbound: sovereign acts - Act II: Ali Gumillya Baker, Faye Rosas Blanch, Natalie Harkin and Simone Ulalka Tur -- The world is not a foreign land: Timothy Cook, Djambawa Marawili, Ngarra, Rusty Peters, Freda Warlapinni and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu -- White bred: Blak Douglas (a.k.a. Adam Hill) and Amanda Radomi -- Shimmer: Sebastian Arrow, Tamara Baillie, Maree Clarke, Janet Fieldhouse, Nicole Foreshew, Dale Harding, Grace Lillian Lee and Vicki West -- Jewellery has always been here: Niningka Munkuri Lewis, Virginia Ngalaia Napanangka, Anne Thompson, Marissa Thompson and Walter Jugadai Tjungurrayi -- Balnhdhurr: a lasting impression - twenty years of the Yirrkala Print Space -- Newr horizons: Christina Gollan, Beaver Lennon, Damien Shen and Karumapuli Jacob Stengle -- One love, one family: Barngarla stories of resilience -- Stone tape theory: Sarah-Jane Norman -- Nganmarra: the container of life - Frances Djulibing, Julie Djulibing Malibirr, Robyn Djunginy, Evonne Munuyngu and Mary Dhapalany -- Kapi ungkupayi/He gave us water: Roma Peterman Butler, Ivy Laidlaw, Jennifer Mitchell, Tjawina Roberts and Mrs Woods -- Nyakuntjaku (have a look): Desart Art Worker Photography Prize 2012-15 ; Nyanganyi kuru nganampangku (seeing our stories through our eyes): Desart printmaking workshop at Cicada Press -- TARNANTHI Art Fair -- TARNANTHI Txtiles.
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