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The Resource <<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul : journey through time in Northern Australia

<<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul : journey through time in Northern Australia

Label
<<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul : journey through time in Northern Australia
Title
<<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul
Title remainder
journey through time in Northern Australia
Title variation
John Mawurndjul
Title variation remainder
journey through time in Northern Australia
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
John Mawurndjuls life, art, bark painting, rarrk and exhibition at museum Tinguely, Basel; articles by Apolline Kohen, Jon Altman, Luke Taylor, Judith Ryan, Jean Kohen, Hans-Joachim Müller, Philippe Peltier, Paul S.C. Taçon, Claus Volkenandt, Gary Foley, Richard McMillan and Christian Kaufmann annotated separately
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
759.994
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kaufmann, Christian
  • Museum Tinguely
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mawurndjul, John
  • Kupka, Karel
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Bark painting, Gunwinggu
Label
<<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul : journey through time in Northern Australia
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Editors: Museum Tinguely, Basel; Christian Kaufmann" -- p. 238
Contents
"I never stop thinking about my rarrk" / John Mawurndjul in an interview with Apolline Kohen -- From Mumeka to Basel: John Mawurndjul's artistic odyssey / Jon Altman -- John Mawurndjul - "I've got a different idea" / Luke Taylor -- Reverberation of image and essence in John Mawurndjul's bark painting / Judith Ryan -- From rarrk to etching / Jean Kohen -- How the rainbow serpent became art: a short manual for looking at unfamiliar pictures / Hans-Joachim Muller -- Grids, dots and territory / Philippe Peltier -- Marks on and of land: the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past / Paul S. Tacon -- Bark painting: a singular aesthetic / Judith Ryan -- Perceptible boundaries: aesthetic experience and cross-cultural understanding with a view to John Mawurndjul / Claus Volkenandt -- The inevitable collision between politics and Indigenous art / Gary Foley -- Karel Kupka in Australia: artist, collector, writer, anthropologist -- Aboriginal art from Arnhem Land - why in Basel? / Christian Kaufmann -- Appendices: List of exhibited works -- Artist's biography -- Solo exhibitions, select group exhibitions, awards and grants, collections containing works by John Mawurndjul -- Select works from the Kupka collection
Control code
000028279915
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
238 p.
Isbn
9781863333085
Other physical details
ill.(some col), maps, ports
Label
<<rarrk>> John Mawurndjul : journey through time in Northern Australia
Publication
Note
"Editors: Museum Tinguely, Basel; Christian Kaufmann" -- p. 238
Contents
"I never stop thinking about my rarrk" / John Mawurndjul in an interview with Apolline Kohen -- From Mumeka to Basel: John Mawurndjul's artistic odyssey / Jon Altman -- John Mawurndjul - "I've got a different idea" / Luke Taylor -- Reverberation of image and essence in John Mawurndjul's bark painting / Judith Ryan -- From rarrk to etching / Jean Kohen -- How the rainbow serpent became art: a short manual for looking at unfamiliar pictures / Hans-Joachim Muller -- Grids, dots and territory / Philippe Peltier -- Marks on and of land: the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past / Paul S. Tacon -- Bark painting: a singular aesthetic / Judith Ryan -- Perceptible boundaries: aesthetic experience and cross-cultural understanding with a view to John Mawurndjul / Claus Volkenandt -- The inevitable collision between politics and Indigenous art / Gary Foley -- Karel Kupka in Australia: artist, collector, writer, anthropologist -- Aboriginal art from Arnhem Land - why in Basel? / Christian Kaufmann -- Appendices: List of exhibited works -- Artist's biography -- Solo exhibitions, select group exhibitions, awards and grants, collections containing works by John Mawurndjul -- Select works from the Kupka collection
Control code
000028279915
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
238 p.
Isbn
9781863333085
Other physical details
ill.(some col), maps, ports

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