McCulloch's Contemporary Aboriginal Art: The Complete Guide | Author: Susan McCulloch
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From Alice Springs to Aurukun, Kaltjiti to Kakadu, Papunya to Peppimenarti and throughout Australia, McCulloch’s Contemporary Aboriginal Art is the complete guide to the Aboriginal art of Australia. It features:
- extensive profiles on more then 80 art regions, art centres and artists
- more than 400 illustrations of artwork, landscape and artists in their country
- a comprehensive introduction detailing the history of contemporary Aboriginal art
- location maps
- buyer’s guide
- an exploration of the new media and styles of city-based artists
Widely acclaimed for its accessible yet authoritative style, the new edition of this best selling book is packed with information and introduces much new material on the art of Central Australia, PY and NPY lands, the Kimberley, the West, the Top End, Arnhem Land, Queensland, Torres Strait Islands and much more. Essential for the traveler, the collector, the enthusiast, the art professional or anyone interested in the vibrant art of Aboriginal Australia.
26.0 x 19.0cm
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