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Nancy Ngarnjapayi Chapman, May Maywokka Chapman, Mulyatingki Marney and Marjorie Yates / Manyjilyjarra people / Mukurtu 2010
Map of Terrain: Indigenous Australian Objects and Representations

Terrain: Indigenous Australian Objects and Representations
South Brisbane, Brisbane Area

10 May - 01 February

07 3840 7303


The land and its natural features can wield powerful aesthetic and cultural influences: knowledgeable and sympathetic relationships between Indigenous artists and their country are often the inspiration guiding the form and content of their works. Many artists feel their lives to be integrated with nature rather than separate from it. These relationships are explored in the upcoming exhibition 'Terrain: Indigenous Australian Objects and Representations' at GOMA.

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Free Entry

Event Dates

10 May - 01 February

Frequency: Once Only


Gallery of Modern Art

Stanley Place
Cultural Precinct
South Brisbane
Queensland Australia 4101

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