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Anmanari Brown & Tjayanka Woods : Kungkarrakalpa - the seven sisters
Bib ID 4852879
Format BookBook
Description Caulfield North, Vic. : Vivien Anderson Gallery, 2010 
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill ; 21 x 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780980373325
0980373328
Summary

This exhibition marks Anmanari Brown and Tjayanka Woods's first co solo exhibition in their intense painting careers, with a new body of work focussing on the Kungkarrakalpa, or Seven Sisters Tjukurpa. Anmanari Brown and Tjayanka Woods are two of the four surviving pioneer women of the painting movement now known as the NPY and APY lands art movement, which sprang from the Pitjanjatjarra and Ngaanyatjarra lands on the tri state borders of WA, SA and the NT at the start of the millenium.

Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition held at Vivien Anderson Gallery, Caulfield North Vic., 14 April - 15 May 2010.

"Papulankutja Artists, Blackstone WA"--Colophon.

Essay by: Mary Knights.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Brown, Anmanari -- Exhibitions.  |  Woods, Tjayanka -- Exhibitions.  |  Papulankutja Artists -- Exhibitions.  |  Women artists, Aboriginal Australian -- Western Australia -- Blackstone Community -- Exhibitions.  |  Painting, Aboriginal Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.  |  Stories and motifs - Seven Sisters.  |  Art - Artists - Women.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Art - Painting.  |  Art - Art motifs.
Other authors/contributors Knights, Mary  |  Vivien Anderson Gallery
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Anmanari Brown and Tjayanka Woods : Kungkarrakalpa - the seven sisters

Available From Vivien Anderson Gallery, 470 Dandenong Rd., Caulfield North VIC 3161 
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