|Editore||Thames & Hudson||Luogo||London|
|Dimensioni||15x21 (cm)||Illustrazioni||31 ill. a colori, 156 ill. b/n n.t. - colour and b/w ills|
|Legatura||bross. ill. colori - paperback illustrated||Conservazione||Usato buone condizioni- Used Good|
|Lingua||Inglese - English Text||Peso||600 (gr)|
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(The World of Art).
Aboriginal artists today practise in one of the world's longest continuous tradition of art - and perhaps the last to be generally recognised. Widely sought after, aboriginal art has now taken its place in the collections of leading museums and galleries. This concise survey looks at the work of Australia's indigenous visual artists from all parts of the continent: from Arhem Land and the desert, the Kimberley and northern Queensland, to modern towns and cities. Building on traditions that stretch back at least 50,000 years, many of the artists have worked in a variety of contexts, from the sacred and secret realm of ceremony to more public spheres, and in media including painting, sculpture, engraving, constructions, weaving and - most recently - photography, printmaking and textile design. Beliefs embodied in the Dreaming are expressed with many layers of meaning which reflect a unique world-view. Present-day enthusiasm fo Aboriginal art testifies to its persistent dynamism and vitality.
Wally Caruana is an independent curator and consultant on Aboriginal art and was formerly Senior Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, from 1984 to 2001. He has edited several books and catalogues on Aboriginal art and curated a number of major exhibitions in Australia and internationally.
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