Papunya Tula goes to New York

I was going to write a most brilliant post about the recent achievements of Indigenous art group Papunya Tula with a couple of exhibitions in New York to open shortly.

Well in my dreams. But now I don’t have to.

Will Owen has written two brilliant posts about upcoming Australian Indigenous art exhibitions to be held in New York. You can read them here. And over here.

Some of the artists will be there. I don’t envy those assisting the Aboriginal artists to get there. These days it is quite difficult to arrange passports if you have no birth certificate.

Many of our remote older Aboriginal Australians were born out bush.

Here are some other links to these exhibitions:

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Robbo is a pharmacist working with a very remote Aboriginal Health Service in the deserts of Western Australia. + Andrew Robbo Roberts

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