Owen Yalandja Yawkyawk
Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 19.02.08
Author: Jeremy Eccles
News source: Aboriginal Art Directory
The intercontinental trio are the first big commercial showing of Aboriginal Art on barks in London, courtesy of Josh Lilley Fine Art September-October 2007; the imminent opening of Utopia - The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye in Osaka, Japan at the invitation of Professor Tatehata, director of its National Museum; and finally, as part of the 'G'day USA Australia Week' in America - LA's Museum of Design, Art and Architecture (MODAA) showed a mix of Aboriginal art and contemporary Aussie architecture.
Has anyone thought of doing that in Australia?
Read this feature, Aboriginal Art goes Overseas: 3 Contintents, 3 Exhibitions, at the Aboriginal Art Directory.
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