Tracey Goes over the Horizon to Venice

Tracey Goes over the Horizon to Venice

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 24.03.17

Indigenous photographer and film-maker, Tracey Moffatt has revealed just a few hints (and one image) of her contribution to this year's prestigious Venice Biennale. Called 'My Horizon', she has used a studio in the National Parks complex on Middle Head,...» Read More

 

Fate of AAMU and its Collection

Fate of AAMU and its Collection

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 11.01.17

The AAD has had an opportunity to interview Dr Georges Petitjean, AAMU Curator. Our first question to him was, what will happen to the AAMU Permanent Collection? GP: We hope to find another museum or institution to take over the...» Read More

 

Utrecht's AAMU to Close

Utrecht's AAMU to Close

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 22.12.16

The only museum in Europe to focus exclusively on contemporary Australian Aboriginal art will close mid-2017 as its private funding comes to an end. Utrecht's AAMU Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art opened in March 2001 and has held two exhibitions...» Read More

 

INDIGENOUS ART GAMBLES IN MONACO

INDIGENOUS ART GAMBLES IN MONACO

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 23.03.16

Tomorrow sees the opening of a major exhibition in the rich Principality of Monaco which will link its Oceanographic Museum – once run by Jacques Cousteau – with Australia's Indigenous understanding of the sea and water resources. More than 150...» Read More

 

TRACEY MOFFATT FOR VENICE

TRACEY MOFFATT FOR VENICE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 16.12.15

Photographer, film-maker and witty film montage-maker, Tracey Moffatt has been selected as the sole Australian representative for the 2017 Venice Biennale. She will be the first Indigenous-identifying artist to get a solo show there after Rover Thomas shared the Australian...» Read More

 

“ABORIGINAL POINT OF VIEW” IN LONDON.

“ABORIGINAL POINT OF VIEW” IN LONDON.

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 21.08.15

“It is a display that is objective and intelligent enough to recognise the gulfs in understanding between Europe and Australia, not as something to be vainly bridged by an apologist, or as sentimental history, but as an indelible and unmovable...» Read More

 

A Minefield of Madness, Badness, and Sadness

A Minefield of Madness, Badness, and Sadness

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.05.15

A collaborative work between Tjanpi Desert Weavers and Fiona Hall has been included in Fiona Hall's latest exhibition, Wrong Way Time, at the new Australian Pavilion in this year's prestigious Venice Biennale. The work, Kuka Irititja (Animal from Another Time),...» Read More