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How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art : writings on Aboriginal contemporary art /

by McLean, Ian [editor]; Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Australian studies in art and art theory: Edition: 1st ed.Description: 359 pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780909952372 (pbk.) :.Other title: How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art : writings on Aboriginal contemporary art.Subject(s): Indigenous studies collection | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 20th century | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 21st century | Art, Modern -- Aboriginal Australian influences | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Influence | Art, Modern | Art, Modern -- Primitive influences | Art, Aboriginal Australian
Contents:
What the anthology does -- Aboriginal art and the artworld -- Becoming modern -- Zones of engagement -- Issues -- Futures -- How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art -- Map.
Summary: This is the first anthology to chronicle the global critical reception of Aboriginal art since the early 1980s, when the art world began to understand it as contemporary art. Featuring 96 authors-including art critics and historians, curators, artists, anthropologists, sociologists, philosophers and novelists-it conveys a diversity of thinking and approach. This highly anticipated anthology argues for a reevaluation of Aboriginal arts critical intervention into contemporary art since its seduction of the art world a quarter-century ago. List(s) this item appears in: Art History & Theory 1.2
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

What the anthology does -- Aboriginal art and the artworld -- Becoming modern -- Zones of engagement -- Issues -- Futures -- How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art -- Map.

This is the first anthology to chronicle the global critical reception of Aboriginal art since the early 1980s, when the art world began to understand it as contemporary art. Featuring 96 authors-including art critics and historians, curators, artists, anthropologists, sociologists, philosophers and novelists-it conveys a diversity of thinking and approach. This highly anticipated anthology argues for a reevaluation of Aboriginal arts critical intervention into contemporary art since its seduction of the art world a quarter-century ago.

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