T-shirt | Never Stop Riding | Iwantja Arts | Assorted Sizes
The Never Stop Riding t-shirt features an artwork by Vincent Namatjira of Iwantja Arts, an Indigenous owned and governed Aboriginal art centre, located in the remote Indulkana Community on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of South Australia. This t-shirt, depicting a stockman and his horse references the many important Indulkana elders (including Iwantja Artists) who trained and worked as stockmen during their youth. Today, these men have an enduring love of spaghetti westerns and country music.
Vincent Namatjira was born in 1983 in Alice Springs, NT. He is the great-grandson of the renowned Western Aranda watercolour artist Albert Namatjira. Since 2013, Vincent has established himself as a subversive and witty portraitist of important figures, both personally familiar and famously political. He is an acute observer of national and international politics and the connections between leadership, wealth, power and influence.
Learn more about Vincent Namatjira and his art HERE and at mca.art
To view the short film created by Iwantja Artists entitled Never Stop Riding click HERE
Designed and made in Australia
Assorted unisex sizes available, see size chart
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