Touching the Land: Contemporary Aboriginal Art from Australia
Dates of Exhibit: March 23 – May 22, 2009
Reception: Virginia May: Land and Spirit are One: April 19, 2009
Aboriginal art has been called the most important art movement since abstract expressionism. Many of the artists in this exhibit are internationally recognized, with work in American, European and Australian collections. “The uniqueness of this art is that it is produced by people who until recently lived in the Stone Age.” (Cecilia Alfonso, Warlukurlangu Aboriginal Artist Association)
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