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Bib ID 3297601
Format BookBook
Description Woolloongabba, Qld. : Woolloongabba Art Gallery & Redland Art Gallery, c2004 
[16] p. : ill. ; 15 x 21 cm. 
ISBN 0975215809
Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition presenting the work of renowned artists Ada Bird and Gloria Petyarre, Anmatyarr custodians who have painted the stories, symbols, patterns and their country Anungra for over 20 years.

Exhibition co-curators, Simon Turner and Steven Alderton.

Essay text, Simon Turner.

Cover title.

Subjects Petyarre, Ada Bird -- Exhibitions.  |  Petyarre, Gloria -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Catalogs.  |  Art, Australian -- Aboriginal artists -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Turner, Simon  |  Redland Art Gallery  |  Woolloongabba Art Gallery

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