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Riverland : Yvonne Koolmatrie / exhibition curated by Nici Cumpston, Jonathan Jones and Hetti Perkins, with Yvonne Koolmatrie and Genevieve O'Callaghan
Bib ID 7379860
Format BookBook [cartographic image, still image, volume]
Author
Koolmatrie, Yvonne, 1944-, artist
 
Description Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, 2015 
©2015 
159 pages : colour illustrations, portraits, maps ; 29 cm 
ISBN 9781921668241
Summary

Embedded in the traditions of Ngarrindjeri culture and animated by her boundless imagination, Koolmatrie's elegant woven forms are created using the labour intensive process of hand harvested river sedge from the banks of the Murray River.

Full contents
  • Director's foreword / Nick Mitzevich
  • Foreword / Nici Cumpston
  • Introduction / Chris Koolmatrie
  • This is how I lived / Yvonne Koolmatrie
  • Plates
  • 'The beautiful aroma of the sledge' / John Kean
  • Circle of light / Hetti Perkins.
 
Notes

Essays by John Kean and Hetti Perkins ; introduction by Chris Koolmatrie.

Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Art Gallery of South Australia, 12 September 2015 - 10 January 2016, as part of Tarnanthi : Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.

Bibliography: pages 154-155.

Subjects Koolmatrie, Yvonne -- Exhibitions.  |  Koolmatrie, Yvonne.  |  Ngarrindjeri (Australian people) -- Art -- Exhibitions.  |  Basketwork -- South Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.  |  Narrinyeri (Australian people) -- Art -- Exhibitions.  |  Weaving -- South Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Women artists -- South Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- South Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Weaving.  |  Sedge craft.  |  Art - Production - Materials / techniques - Fibre/Grass.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Art - Crafts - Baskets and basketmaking.  |  Art - Crafts - Weaving.  |  Ngarrindjeri / Narrinjeri language (S69) (SA SI54-13)  |  Art - Artists - Women.  |  Australia.  |  Adelaide (SE SA SI54-09)  |  Coorong (SE SA SI54-13, SJ54-02)  |  Australian
Form/genre Exhibition catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Cumpston, Nici, curator  |  Jones, Jonathan, 1978-, curator  |  Perkins, Hetti, 1965-, curator,eauthor  |  O'Callaghan, Genevieve, curator  |  Kean, John, author  |  Koolmatrie, Chris, writer of introduction  |  Art Gallery of South Australia, issuing body  |  Tarnanthi 2015 : Adelaide, S.A.)
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