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"Iwantja: A Journey Through Indigenous Art" offers a vivid glimpse into the heart of Australia's artistic heritage. Nestled on the Indulkana Ranges, the Iwantja Arts art center emerged in the 1980s amidst the struggle for Aboriginal land rights. This bilingual publication, narrated by the artists themselves, traces the center's evolution from its early days to a vibrant cultural nexus, featuring renowned artists like Alec Baker, Vincent Namatjira, Betty Muffler, and Kaylene Whiskey. An enriching tribute to Anangu creativity and resilience.

226 pages.


Size: 25 x 29.3 cm.