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Art From Milingimbi: Taking Memories Back

Cara Pinchbeck, Contributor; Louise Hamby, Contributor
Format
Book
Published
Sydney, N.S.W. : Art Gallery of New South Wales, [2016]
Language
English
ISBN
9781741741285, 1741741289
Contents
  • Message / Joe Dhamanydji
  • Foreword / Michael Brand
  • Taking Memories Back / Cara Pinchbeck
  • A history of the art from Milingimbi / Lindy Allen and Louise Hamby
  • Bilinyara
  • Binyinyuwuy
  • Buranday
  • Dawidi
  • Dayngangan
  • Djawa
  • Djimbarrdjimbarrwuy
  • Djunmal, Giminydju
  • Lipundja
  • Makani
  • Malangi
  • Malnggi
  • Mungunu
  • Yilkari
  • Sculptures
  • Notes
  • Selected Bibliography
  • List of works
  • Acknowledgments
  • Contributors
Technical Details

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    a| Pinchbeck, Cara, e| author.
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    a| Art from Milingimbi : b| taking memories back / c| Cara Pinchbeck with Lindy Allen and Louise Hamby.
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    a| Sydney, N.S.W. : b| Art Gallery of New South Wales, c| [2016]
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    c| ©2016
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    a| 146 pages : b| illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; c| 23 cm.
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    a| Catalog of an exhibition held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, November 12, 2016-January 29, 2017.
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    a| Includes bibliographical references.
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    a| Drawn from a unique collection held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, this book includes 62 bark paintings produced in the 1950s, as well as woven forms, paperbark objects, carved wooden figures and feathered body ornamentation. Together with essays on the artists, the art and the history of Milingimbi, and historic and contemporary photographs, Art from Milingimbi provides readers with a unique insight into the artists, their culture and their connectedness to place. While there has been great interest in art from western and north-eastern Arnhem Land and Ramingining, there has been little written or published on the exemplary art of Milingimbi. With new research conducted in collaboration with the Milingimbi community, this book is the first publication about Milingimbi and the exemplary artists working there in the 1950s. These artists actively engaged with the art market and generously depicted the complexities of Yolngu culture in their works. Many works refer to the highly valued commodity of sugarbag or honey and depict the related clan designs. Other evocative works refer to environmental events, such as rain falling in the trees or animals waiting in anticipation for the rains to come.
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    a| Message / Joe Dhamanydji -- Foreword / Michael Brand -- Taking memories back / Cara Pinchbeck -- A history of the art from Milingimbi / Lindy Allen and Lousie Hamby -- Bilinyara -- Binyinyuwuy -- Buranday -- Dawidi -- Dayngangan -- Djäwa -- Djimbarrdjimbarrwuy -- Djunmal -- Giminydju -- Lipundja -- Makani -- Malangi -- Malnggi -- Mungunu -- Yikari -- Sculptures.
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    a| Bilinyara, d| approximately 1915-1975.
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    a| Binyinyuwuy, d| 1928-1982.
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    a| Buranday, d| approximately 1914-1980.
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    a| Dawidi, d| 1921-1970.
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    a| Dainganngan, d| 1892-1959.
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    a| Djäwa, d| 1905-1980.
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    a| Djimbarrdjimbarrwuy, d| 1932-1981.
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    a| Djunmal, d| 1902-1975.
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    a| Giminydju, d| 1915-1993.
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    a| Lipundja, d| 1912-1968.
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    a| Makani, Mick, d| 1905-1985.
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    a| Malangi, David, d| 1927-1999.
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    a| Malnggi, d| 1890-1960.
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    a| Mungunu, d| approximately 1900-1976.
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    a| Yilkari, d| 1890-1956.
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    a| Wells, E. A. q| (Edgar Almond)
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    a| Indigenous art z| Australia z| Milingimbi Island (N.T.) v| Exhibitions.
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    a| Bark painting z| Australia z| Milingimbi Island (N.T.) v| Exhibitions.
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    a| Ceremonial objects z| Australia z| Milingimbi Island (N.T.) v| Exhibitions.
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    a| Indigenous Heritage v| Adult Non fiction x| Print.
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    a| Allen, Lindy, e| author.
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    a| Hamby, Louise, d| 1951- e| author.
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