Description: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Dimensions: 102 by 38 cm
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Condition Report: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, on stretcher, unframed. Bears Warakurna Arts number 304-12 and artist’s name on reverse. The work is in excellent condition overall with no visible evidence of repair or restoration.
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Exhibited: Nevada, Nevada Museum of Art,
No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting, 13 February to 13 May 2015, and additional venues:
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, 20 June to 16 August 2015
Pérez Art Museum, Miami, 17 September 2015 to 3 January 2016
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, 18 January to 15 May 2016
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, New York, 9 June to 14 August 2016
Literature: Henry F. Skerritt, ed. et al,
No Boundaries: Australian Aboriginal Contemporary Abstract Painting, Prestel Verlag, Munich-London-New York, 2014, p.78, p.80, p.85 (illus.)
Provenance: Painted in 2012 at Warakurna, Western Australia for Warakurna Artists
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