Badge set | P.P. F. (Past -Present-Future) | MCA | Vincent Namatjira
Hand-painted directly onto the Museum of Contemporary Art’s 15-metre-long wall over a two-week period, Vincent Namatjira's P.P.F. (Past-Present-Future) is the artist's largest work to date and depicts a group of seven Aboriginal male figures, including a self-portrait, painted on the desert landscape of the artist’s home community of Indulkana in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) region in South Australia.
Take a piece of the MCA with you wherever you go with this set of four badges, each featuring one of the men that represent different aspects of Namatjira's life - Adam Goodes, great-grandfather Albert Namatjira, musician Kunmanara (Jimmy) Pompey and the artist himself.
3.8cm laminated badges with pin fastening
12.0 x 8.0cm backing card
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