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Beyond the pale : contemporary indigenous art : 2000 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art /

by Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art (2000); Croft, Brenda L [curator]; Art Gallery of South Australia [host institution]; Art Gallery of South AustraliaBoard.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Adelaide biennial of Australian art: 2000.Description: 112 pages : color illustrations, map ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0730830675 (pbk.).Other title: 2000 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.Subject(s): Art Gallery of South Australia -- Exhibitions | Art -- Australia -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Aborigines, Australian -- Art -- Exhibitions | Artists, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions | Aboriginal Australians -- Art -- Exhibitions | Artists, Aboriginal Australian | Aboriginal Australians -- Art -- Exhibitions | Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Art - Catalogues | Art - Exhibitions | Art - Urban art | Art - Economic aspects - Markets - Market places | Art - Artists | Colonisation | Government policy - Assimilation | Race relations - Representation - Art | History - Biographies - Indigenous | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Art, Aboriginal Australian | Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Art, Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Art, Australian -- Aboriginal artists -- Exhibitions | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions | Australia | Exhibition catalogues
Contents:
Artists: Ian W. Abdulla -- Destiny Deacon -- Julie Dowling -- Lola Greeno -- Gordon Hookey -- Gertie Huddleston -- Kitty Kantilla / Kutuwalumi Purawarrumpatu -- Yvonne Koolmatrie -- Abraham Mongkorrerre -- Clinton Nain -- Rosella Namok -- Mitjili Napurrula -- Lennah Newson -- Jimmy Njiminjuma -- Lena Nyadbi -- Kathleen Petyarre -- Rea -- Ginger Riley -- Michael Riley -- Darren Siwes -- Long Tom Tjapanangka -- Ken Thaiday Sr -- Judy Watson -- Joyce Winsley -- Pedro Wonaeamirri.
Summary: Exhibition catalogue; survey of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art production; art works, depicting dispossession, land rights and identity, that challenge assimilation policy; effects of colonisation; contemporary urban-based and traditional Indigenous artists; colonial and neo-colonial context - dispossession, marginality, discourse of art theory, racism; includes discussion of the work of: Ian Abdulla, Destiny Deacon, Julie Dowling, Lola Greeno, Lennah Newson, Gordon Hookey, Gertie Huddleston, Kitty Kantilla, Yvonne Koolmatrie, Clinton Nain, Rosella Namok, Mitjili Napurrula, Jimmy Njiminjuma, Abraham Mongkorrerre, Leena Nyadbi, Kathleen, Petyarre, Rea, Ginger Riley, Michael Riley, Darren Siwes, Ken Thaiday, Long Tom Tjapanangka, Judy Watson, Joyce Winsley, Pedro Wonaeamirri; includes brief biographies. List(s) this item appears in: Art History & Theory 1.2
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High Demand High Demand High demand Non-fiction AUS AGSA 2000 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Donated by Robert Diamond 2013-0108
High Demand High Demand High demand Non-fiction AUS AGSA 2000B (Browse shelf) 2 Available Bequest of Dr Elizabeth Cant 24 June 2016 2016-0581
Book Book Secure book room Non-fiction AUS AGSA 2000C (Browse shelf) 3 Not For Loan Donated by James Edwards 2017-0092
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Bibliography: pages 110-111.

Artists: Ian W. Abdulla -- Destiny Deacon -- Julie Dowling -- Lola Greeno -- Gordon Hookey -- Gertie Huddleston -- Kitty Kantilla / Kutuwalumi Purawarrumpatu -- Yvonne Koolmatrie -- Abraham Mongkorrerre -- Clinton Nain -- Rosella Namok -- Mitjili Napurrula -- Lennah Newson -- Jimmy Njiminjuma -- Lena Nyadbi -- Kathleen Petyarre -- Rea -- Ginger Riley -- Michael Riley -- Darren Siwes -- Long Tom Tjapanangka -- Ken Thaiday Sr -- Judy Watson -- Joyce Winsley -- Pedro Wonaeamirri.

Exhibition catalogue; survey of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art production; art works, depicting dispossession, land rights and identity, that challenge assimilation policy; effects of colonisation; contemporary urban-based and traditional Indigenous artists; colonial and neo-colonial context - dispossession, marginality, discourse of art theory, racism; includes discussion of the work of: Ian Abdulla, Destiny Deacon, Julie Dowling, Lola Greeno, Lennah Newson, Gordon Hookey, Gertie Huddleston, Kitty Kantilla, Yvonne Koolmatrie, Clinton Nain, Rosella Namok, Mitjili Napurrula, Jimmy Njiminjuma, Abraham Mongkorrerre, Leena Nyadbi, Kathleen, Petyarre, Rea, Ginger Riley, Michael Riley, Darren Siwes, Ken Thaiday, Long Tom Tjapanangka, Judy Watson, Joyce Winsley, Pedro Wonaeamirri; includes brief biographies.

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