Indigenous Histories

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Continuing the work of the acclaimed Afro-Atlantic Histories, this publication from the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) compiles the collective curatorship and research carried out by artists and scholars from various territories and Indigenous groups in Australia, North America, South America and Scandinavia.

With over 150 artists included, the featured artworks range from the historical to the contemporary, tracing the impact of European colonisation on Indigenous visual culture. Despite its scope, the aim of Indigenous Histories is not to fully represent the vast and complex histories of each region, but rather to provide a cross section, fragment or sample of these histories in a concise but relevant selection in order to create juxtapositions of these groups on a global scale.

Incorporating traditional patterns, this beautifully designed book is divided into eight thematic sections: seven regional and one covering contemporary Indigenous activism. It features over 300 illustrations with narratives contextualised by the guest curators as well as museum directors from institutions around the world.

Australian artists include: ANATJARI III TJAKAMARRA, ANGELINA NGAL PWERLE, CHARLIE TJARARU TJUNGARRAYI, CLIFFORD POSSUM TJAPALTJARRI, DANIEL WALBIDI, DOREEN REID NAKAMARRA, EUBENA NAMPITJIN,JAN (DJAN NANUNDIE) BILLYCAN, LIDDY NAPANANGKA WALKER, TOPSY NAPANANGKA AND JUDY NAMPITJINPA GRANITES, MICK NAMARARI TJAPALTJARRI, NAATA NUNGURRAYI, NARPUTTA NANGALA JUGADAI, OLD WALTER TJAMPITJINPA, ROVER JOOLAMA THOMAS, SHORTY JANGALA ROBERTSON, SHORTY LUNGKATA TJUNGURRAYI,TIM LEURA TJAPALTJARRI, TURKEY TOLSON TJUPURRULA,YALA YALA GIBBS TJUNGARRAYI, YUKULTJI NAPANGATI

Other artists include: Abraham González Pacheco, Antonio Paucar, Britta Marakatt-Labba, Cristóbal Lozano, Iver Jåks, Frida Kahlo, Joar Nango, Katarina Spik Skum, Lena Stenberg, María Izquierdo, Maria Karlsen, Minerva Cuevas, Outi Pieski, Raisa Porsanger, Rufino Tamayo, Saturnino Herrán, Venuca Evanán.
hb. 340 pages. 268 colour ills. 27.9 x 20.3 cm.
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