The Resource Aboriginal art in the public eye, Sylvia Kleinert: co-ordinating editor : Djon Murdine, David McNeill: editors

Aboriginal art in the public eye, Sylvia Kleinert: co-ordinating editor : Djon Murdine, David McNeill: editors

Label
Aboriginal art in the public eye
Title
Aboriginal art in the public eye
Statement of responsibility
Sylvia Kleinert: co-ordinating editor : Djon Murdine, David McNeill: editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Articles annotated separately ; Second copy held at S 71/8
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Member of
Dewey number
704.03/9915
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  • McNeill, David
  • Kleinert, Sylvia
  • Mundine, Djon
Series statement
Art Monthly Australia,
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  • Art
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Artists, Aboriginal Australian
Label
Aboriginal art in the public eye, Sylvia Kleinert: co-ordinating editor : Djon Murdine, David McNeill: editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
This booklet was a supplement to Issue no. 56 (1992/93) of Art Monthly Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 47
Contents
Spot the primitive -- The two women looked back over their shoulders and lamented leaving their country -- Detached comment (recent urban art) and symbolic narrative (traditional art) -- Gaps in collections and space for exhibition - reflections on the acceptance of Aborigional 'art' in Europe and Australia -- having a history: Development and change in painting of the story of the Wagilag sisters -- What happened after the cup way out west -- Reception -- A very brief bit of overview of the Aboriginal Arts/cultural industry by a sort of renegade or, the cultural correctness of certain issues -- The Public face of Aboriginal art in the 70s and 80s -- The work is the statement: An interview with Gabrielle Pizzi -- Keringke arts Aoteoroa (New Zealand)
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
59 p.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), map
Label
Aboriginal art in the public eye, Sylvia Kleinert: co-ordinating editor : Djon Murdine, David McNeill: editors
Publication
Note
This booklet was a supplement to Issue no. 56 (1992/93) of Art Monthly Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 47
Contents
Spot the primitive -- The two women looked back over their shoulders and lamented leaving their country -- Detached comment (recent urban art) and symbolic narrative (traditional art) -- Gaps in collections and space for exhibition - reflections on the acceptance of Aborigional 'art' in Europe and Australia -- having a history: Development and change in painting of the story of the Wagilag sisters -- What happened after the cup way out west -- Reception -- A very brief bit of overview of the Aboriginal Arts/cultural industry by a sort of renegade or, the cultural correctness of certain issues -- The Public face of Aboriginal art in the 70s and 80s -- The work is the statement: An interview with Gabrielle Pizzi -- Keringke arts Aoteoroa (New Zealand)
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
59 p.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), map

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