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The Resource Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context, Claus Volkenandt, Christian Kaufmann, eds

Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context, Claus Volkenandt, Christian Kaufmann, eds

Label
Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context
Title
Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context
Statement of responsibility
Claus Volkenandt, Christian Kaufmann, eds
Title variation
John Mawurndjul
Title variation remainder
between Indigenous Australia and Europe
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
759.994
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Volkenandt, Claus
  • Kaufmann, Christian
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mawurndjul, John
  • Kupka, Karel
  • Artists, Aboriginal Australian
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Culture and globalization
  • Art and globalization
Label
Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context, Claus Volkenandt, Christian Kaufmann, eds
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Art histories in context
  • "The present volume grew out of an international symposium that was held at the Museum Tinguely in Basel from 22 to 24 September 2005 on the occasion of the exhibition <<Rarrk>> - John Mawurndjul, journey through time in Northern Australia" -- introduction
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
A brief social history of Kuninjku art and the market / Jon Altman -- Pt 1The local contexts of bark painting: Painted energy : John Mawurndjul and the negotiation of aesthetics in Kuninjku bark painting / Luke Taylor -- An arts adviser perspective on producing art for Balanda / Apolline Kohen -- Brokering Kuninjku art: a critical perspective on the complex process of mediating with the market / Jon Altman -- Rarrk on bark: John Mawurndjul's medium of power and beauty / Judith Ryan -- Pt 2: Indentifying contexts of art: Art theory and art discourse across cultures: the Yolngu and Kunwinjku compared / Howard Morphy -- Why we need an intercultural art history / Claus Volkenandt -- Intercultural perspective as context: beyond othering and appropriation?: the case of John Mawurndjul / Kitty Zijlmans -- Dilemmata of otherness / Anne-Marie Bonnet -- Pt 3: Between Europe and Australia: from local to global: From bark to art: Karel Kupka between Arnhem Land and Basel / Christina Kaufmann and Richard McMillan -- Translating the spectacle: John Mawurndjul's intercultural aesthetic / Sally Butler -- Art of the Aborigines between new age mysticism and politics / Jean-Hubert Martin -- What is local about local art? : contemporary African artists between international art world and local life-world / Till Förster -- Pt 4: Tomorrow's museums for today's art: 30,000 years of Australian art - a neuropsychological approach / John Onians -- The Creativity Centre: where science meets art / Paul S. C. Taçon -- Rendering visible - new practices for old institutions / Marianne Eigenheer -- Recognising Indigenous Australians: a new context for art / Bernhard Lüthi
Control code
000043721062
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
240 p. [16 p. of col. plates]
Isbn
9783496028093
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports
Label
Between indigenous Australia and Europe: John Mawurndjul: art histories in context, Claus Volkenandt, Christian Kaufmann, eds
Publication
Note
  • Art histories in context
  • "The present volume grew out of an international symposium that was held at the Museum Tinguely in Basel from 22 to 24 September 2005 on the occasion of the exhibition <<Rarrk>> - John Mawurndjul, journey through time in Northern Australia" -- introduction
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
A brief social history of Kuninjku art and the market / Jon Altman -- Pt 1The local contexts of bark painting: Painted energy : John Mawurndjul and the negotiation of aesthetics in Kuninjku bark painting / Luke Taylor -- An arts adviser perspective on producing art for Balanda / Apolline Kohen -- Brokering Kuninjku art: a critical perspective on the complex process of mediating with the market / Jon Altman -- Rarrk on bark: John Mawurndjul's medium of power and beauty / Judith Ryan -- Pt 2: Indentifying contexts of art: Art theory and art discourse across cultures: the Yolngu and Kunwinjku compared / Howard Morphy -- Why we need an intercultural art history / Claus Volkenandt -- Intercultural perspective as context: beyond othering and appropriation?: the case of John Mawurndjul / Kitty Zijlmans -- Dilemmata of otherness / Anne-Marie Bonnet -- Pt 3: Between Europe and Australia: from local to global: From bark to art: Karel Kupka between Arnhem Land and Basel / Christina Kaufmann and Richard McMillan -- Translating the spectacle: John Mawurndjul's intercultural aesthetic / Sally Butler -- Art of the Aborigines between new age mysticism and politics / Jean-Hubert Martin -- What is local about local art? : contemporary African artists between international art world and local life-world / Till Förster -- Pt 4: Tomorrow's museums for today's art: 30,000 years of Australian art - a neuropsychological approach / John Onians -- The Creativity Centre: where science meets art / Paul S. C. Taçon -- Rendering visible - new practices for old institutions / Marianne Eigenheer -- Recognising Indigenous Australians: a new context for art / Bernhard Lüthi
Control code
000043721062
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
240 p. [16 p. of col. plates]
Isbn
9783496028093
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports

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