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PIERCING THE GROUND: Balgo women's image making and relationship to country

Publisher: Fremantle, Fremantle Arts Centre Press
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Edition: first edition - large booklet, stiff card covers
ISBN: 1920731304
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Book Description and Condition

Book description and condition

Christine Watson's book stands as a highly original and groundbreaking elucidation of Kutjungka painting and a significant addition to what is known as 'the anthropology of art'. A fitting tribute to her indigenous mentors, this book should change the

way people regard contemporary acrylic painting. 230 x 150mm., pp. 400, b/w & col. plates, sketches of 'figures', append., notes, glossary, biblio., index. Large booklet, stiff card covers. Contents, no inscriptions, card covers, no creases. NEAR FINE

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