Blak Power : 50 years of First Nations superheros in Australian art
Blak Power: 50 Years of First Nations Superheroes in Australian Art celebrates an exhibition by the same name held at the Northern Centre for Contemporary Art in Parap, Darwin.
Taking inspiration from the exhibitions superheroes, the exhibition catalogue has been produced in the style of a comic book with local publishers Wild North Comics.
Featuring essays by Jonathon Saunders, Astounding Tales of Hero Fiction
Essay by Luke Pearson, The Wombat to Kaptn Koorie: Aboriginal timelines in Comic Books and Capes, this publication also features the work of artits included in the exhibtion including: Tony Albert; Karla Dickens; Layne Dhu-Dickie; Dennis Golding; Molly Hunt; Emily Johnson; Dylan Mooney; Donovan Mota; Ray Mudjandi; Jonathon Saunders; Kaylene Whiskey; Basically Black; Redback Graphix; Iwantja Young Women?s Film Project; NEOMAD.
Foreword by Petrit Abazi, NCCA Director
Comic book format (folded and stapled)
18.6 x 25.5cm
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