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What is Aboriginal art? / curators, Jennifer Hardy, Felicity Fenner
Bib ID 105812
Format BookBook
Author
Hardy, Jennifer
 
Description Sydney : Ivan Dougherty Gallery. 1997 
1 folded poster : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0733415814
Summary

This project is part of The Festival of the Dreaming, the first of four Olympic Arts Festivals leading up to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Artists: Bri, Julie Freeman, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Ricky Maynard, George Milpurruru, Alex Montga, Peter Montga, Jonathan Morel, Pauline Nakamarra, Jade and Alanna Rose, Rover Thomas, Stan Ward.

Notes

Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, from 18 Sept.-18 Oct. 1997.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Artists -- Australia.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Art - Economic aspects - Markets - Market places.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Social identity - Aboriginality.  |  Art - Artists.  |  Social identity.  |  Art - Catalogues.
Other authors/contributors Fenner, Felicity  |  Ivan Dougherty Gallery

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