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eBook Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial 07 ePub

by Croft

  • ISBN: 0642542058
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Croft
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Gallery of Australia; Revised ed. edition (September 24, 2009)
  • Pages: 290
  • ePub book: 1473 kb
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2nd national indigenous art triennial". National Gallery of Australia. Croft, Brenda, ed (2007). Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial 2007. 11 May – 22 July 2012. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia. ISBN 978-0-642-54133-8.

Presenting the work of thirty artists from each Australian state and territory, the inaugural National Indigenous Art Triennial demonstrates the incredible range of contemporary Indigenous art practice.

In this respect ‘Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial ‘07’ is an appropriate vehicle for such . As Croft notes in the introduction to the catalogue, 21 of the artists in the exhibition were at one time no. .

In this respect ‘Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial ‘07’ is an appropriate vehicle for such reflection. This inaugural show was scheduled to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the opening of the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) to the public. The title, ‘Culture Warriors’, reflects the place of Indigenous artists in current debates about Australian history and questions of identity, colonization, cultural dispossession and social diaspora, and their opposites: cultural affirmation, continuity and the reclamation of history. As Croft notes in the introduction to the catalogue, 21 of the artists in the exhibition were at one time not listed as Australians.

This substantial book provides an ongoing authoritative critical reference for contemporary Indigenous art in Australia. Brenda L. Croft is senior curator, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, National Gallery of Australia. May 2007 - National Gallery of Australia.

Tradition To-day: Indigenous Art in Australia. Art Gallery of New South Wales, K Watson, J Jones, H Perkins. Culture warriors: National Indigenous art triennial. National Gallery of Australia, 2007. Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2004. Untitled: portraits of Australian artists.

Culture warriors : national Indigenous art triennial. Curator: Brenda L. Croft. Culture warriors : national Indigenous art triennial. Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 20 June- 31 August 2008; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 20 September - 23 November 2008; and the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, March-May 2009 . General Note: Curator: Brenda L. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-213 ) and index.

The 2007 National Indigenous Art Triennial (NIAT), 'Culture Warriors', was launched at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra on Wednesday April 18. It opens as the Australian Indigenous Art Triennial (AIAT) in Washington DC 8 September – 6 December 2009 in the American. It opens as the Australian Indigenous Art Triennial (AIAT) in Washington DC 8 September – 6 December 2009 in the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center.

Curated by Brenda Croft, formerly Senior Curator of Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Australia, Culture Warriors will be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Australian Indigenous art ever presented in the . Artists include John Mawurndjul, Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek, Richard Bell, Destiny Deacon, and Virginia Fraser, among others. Starts 9/8/09 6:00 pm. Ends 10/6/09 6:00 pm. Participants Brenda Croft. Location American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, .

Culture Warriors: National Indigenous Art Triennial 07. unDisclosed – 2nd national indigenous art triennial. p. 126. Retrieved 19 October 2012.

Presenting the work of thirty artists from each Australian state and territory, the inaugural National Indigenous Art Triennial demonstrates the incredible range of contemporary Indigenous art practice. The works included were created during the past three years in a variety of media, including painting on bark and canvas, sculpture, textiles, weaving, new media, photomedia, printmaking, and installation. This substantial book provides an ongoing authoritative critical reference for contemporary Indigenous art in Australia.Brenda L. Croft is senior curator, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, National Gallery of Australia.