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Tjukurpa Pulkatjara - The power of the law (Paperback) Loot Price: R564
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Tjukurpa Pulkatjara - The power of the law (Paperback): Ananguku arts
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Tjukurpa Pulkatjara: The Power of the Law is an insight into 48 benchmark works by senior artists from the Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara lands, featuring works from major private, and public collections. The book celebrates the works of senior artists currently making art in their own country and the work of the Aboriginal-owned community art centres. The artists represented are from the tri-state region to the far north west of South Australia and are at the heart of the contemporary Indigenous art movement. Included are: Jimmy Baker, Maringka Baker, Wingu Tingima, Tommy Mitchell, Harry Tjutjuna, Dicky Minyintri, among others. 'The untrammelled paintings of senior Ngaanyatjarra and Pitjantjatjara men and women who are new to acrylic on canvas, but who share the same cryptic and powerful iconography, cultural law, song-lines of tjukurpa and towering compassion for country as their Western Desert relatives, are now taking the art world by storm.' - Judith Ryan, Senior Curator, Indigneous Art, National Gallery of Victoria 'This is a spectacular presentation of traditional Aboriginal art from the heart of the contemporary Indigenous art movement' - Paul W. Newbury, Bonza Online Magazine 'This is a book about songlines that tells how the Law, the Land and Anangu are joined as one. They are powerful stories told in pulsating colour - Paul W. Newbury, Bonza Online Magazine

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Imprint: Wakefield Press
Country of origin: Australia
Release date: March 2010
First published: September 2010
Editors: Ananguku arts
Dimensions: 285 x 210mm (L x W)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 120
ISBN-13: 978-1-86254-890-9
Barcode: 9781862548909
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Books > Arts & Architecture > History of art / art & design styles > Art styles not limited by date > Art of indigenous peoples
Books > Social sciences > Sociology, social studies > Ethnic studies > Indigenous peoples
Books > Arts & Architecture > The arts: general issues
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LSN: 1-86254-890-0

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