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Aboriginal artists in the Kimberley: : new developments from the 1980's, Michael O'Ferrall

Label
Aboriginal artists in the Kimberley: : new developments from the 1980's
Title
Aboriginal artists in the Kimberley:
Title remainder
new developments from the 1980's
Statement of responsibility
Michael O'Ferrall
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Relates new developments of Kimberley art to newly formed independent Aboriginal communities; these developed distinctive cultural identity in volatile political environment; Balga dance strengthened ties with Dreamtime mythologies; Warmun Creek Kurirr-Kurirr ceremony became political statement during 1979 Noonkanbah mining protests; two dimensional art (Wanjina bark paintings (Jack and Lily Karedada, Alex Mingelmanganu, Paddy Jaminji), pearl shells (Joe Nangan) and others; describes changes to art in 1980's; growth in exhibitions and community artist centres - Turkey Creek artists, Fitzroy Crossing and Port Keats artists; 1990's progressive maturation of styles; seminal role of Paddy Jaminji, Rover Thomas, Jimmy Pike and David Jarinyanu Downs
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1945-
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O'Ferrall, Michael A.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Aboriginal artists in the Kimberley: : new developments from the 1980's, Michael O'Ferrall
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography p. 235-236
Label
Aboriginal artists in the Kimberley: : new developments from the 1980's, Michael O'Ferrall
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography p. 235-236

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