Aboriginal Art




APRIL 2017





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Contemporary Aboriginal Art – New Edition – $50.00

This book is the complete guide to Aboriginal art of Australia featuring:  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; and an exploration of the new media and styles of city-based artists.





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Aboriginal String Bags – $35.00

This fascinating book by anthropologist, Alan West, is an in depth study of the making of bags, nets and cordage and includes detailed diagrams and photographs of weaving techniques from the Indigenous communities on the west and east coasts of Cape York Peninsula.





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Classic Paintings from Corrigan Collection – $80.00

For more than 40 years leading businessman Pat Corrigan has been one of Australia’s largest and most significant arts benefactors. A strong supporter of the innovative and of living artists, post-2000 Pat turned his eye towards Aboriginal art. The vibrancy of the art and the lives of the artists appealed – so a new collection was started. In New Beginnings, Pat Corrigan and his family reveal some of the works from this collection.

Tradition Today: Indigenous Art in Australia



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Tradition Today – Indigenous Art in Australia – $45.00

This is an accessible survey of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from early works to the art of today.






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Weaving Lives Together at Bawaka – $33.95
Aboriginal Art

The book is a collaboration between five senior Yolngu women from north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia and three academic women from Macquarie University and Newcastle University in New South Wales, Australia.  The book is written from a Yolngu perspective and shares the processes and methods of weaving and its preparation.  Importantly, its storytelling and images discuss the metaphoric and cultural significance of weaving for Yolngu women.