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The hard light of day : Rod Moss
Bib ID 3666252
Format BookBook
Author
Moss, Rod, 1948-
 
Description Newstead, Qld. : Fireworks Gallery, 2005 
[12] p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0975782428
Summary

For almost 20 years, Rod Moss has been painting pictures of his friends. In itself, this is nothing out of the ordinary. What is extraordinary is that Moss's friends happen to be Easten Arrernte tribe, living in town camps in Alice Springs. These paintings depict Aboriginal people in common places.

Notes

Foreword: Sylvia Kleinert.

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Fire-Works Gallery, Newstead, 2005.

Cover title.

Subjects Moss, Rod, 1948- -- Exhibitions.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Art - Artists - Non-Indigenous.  |  Mparntwe / Alice Springs (South Central NT SF53-14)
Other authors/contributors Kleinert, Sylvia  |  Fire-Works Gallery

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