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La reconnaissance de l'heritage culturel aborigene du sud-est

Exhibition Catalogue Essay


Type Of Work


  • Exhibition Catalogue Essay

Abstract


  • http://www.idaia.com.au/en/galleries/institutional-exhibitions/vivid-memories-gallery-exhibition/

    The link above is the exhibition itself

    http://aboriginalartandculture.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/vivid-histories-living-memories-2/

    This site informs of Jones work and link to UOW

    VIVID MEMORIES: AN ABORIGINAL ART HISTORY

    Curated by Paul Matharan (Curator of Non-European Collections, Musée d’Aquitaine) and Arnaud Morvan (Anthropologist, Laboratoire d’Anthropologie sociale, Paris), the show adopts a broad historical and artistic spectrum by exploring the History of Australian Indigenous Art in its relationship to the ancient and the modern, the old and the new.

    The exhibition combines traditional works (including ceremonial objects and artefacts) and contemporary artworks, aiming at understanding the transformations and dynamics of this artistic tradition dating back to more than 40,000 years ago, and which is at the origin of numerous contemporary art movements in Australia.

    The scientific committee of the exhibition is composed of Barbara Glowczewski, Ian Mc Lean, Jessica de Largy Heally, Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Arnaud Morvan.

Publication Date


  • 2013

Citation


  • G. C. Jones 2013 La reconnaissance de l'heritage culturel aborigene du sud-est Editions de la Martiniere Paris, France 54 61 Memoires vives: Une histoire de l’art Aborigene 16/10/2013 - 30/04/2014 Printed publication ISBN 9782732462486 8

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9782732462486

Book Title


  • Memoires vives: Une histoire de l’art Aborigene

Date Of Exhibition


  • 16/10/2013 - 30/04/2014

Distribution Medium


  • Printed publication

Number Of Pages


  • 7

Start Page


  • 54

End Page


  • 61

Place Of Publication


  • Paris, France

Type Of Work


  • Exhibition Catalogue Essay

Abstract


  • http://www.idaia.com.au/en/galleries/institutional-exhibitions/vivid-memories-gallery-exhibition/

    The link above is the exhibition itself

    http://aboriginalartandculture.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/vivid-histories-living-memories-2/

    This site informs of Jones work and link to UOW

    VIVID MEMORIES: AN ABORIGINAL ART HISTORY

    Curated by Paul Matharan (Curator of Non-European Collections, Musée d’Aquitaine) and Arnaud Morvan (Anthropologist, Laboratoire d’Anthropologie sociale, Paris), the show adopts a broad historical and artistic spectrum by exploring the History of Australian Indigenous Art in its relationship to the ancient and the modern, the old and the new.

    The exhibition combines traditional works (including ceremonial objects and artefacts) and contemporary artworks, aiming at understanding the transformations and dynamics of this artistic tradition dating back to more than 40,000 years ago, and which is at the origin of numerous contemporary art movements in Australia.

    The scientific committee of the exhibition is composed of Barbara Glowczewski, Ian Mc Lean, Jessica de Largy Heally, Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Arnaud Morvan.

Publication Date


  • 2013

Citation


  • G. C. Jones 2013 La reconnaissance de l'heritage culturel aborigene du sud-est Editions de la Martiniere Paris, France 54 61 Memoires vives: Une histoire de l’art Aborigene 16/10/2013 - 30/04/2014 Printed publication ISBN 9782732462486 8

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9782732462486

Book Title


  • Memoires vives: Une histoire de l’art Aborigene

Date Of Exhibition


  • 16/10/2013 - 30/04/2014

Distribution Medium


  • Printed publication

Number Of Pages


  • 7

Start Page


  • 54

End Page


  • 61

Place Of Publication


  • Paris, France