How Aborigines Invented the Idea of Contemporary Art

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341 pages
220mm x 170mm x 30mm
Softcover
Published by IMA and Power Publications
ISBN: 978-0-909952-37-2

Ian McLean is one of Australia’s leading art historians. He was the first to write broadly on Aboriginal art and its significance within the contemporary art world. This book is the first anthology to chronicle the global critical reception of Aboriginal art since the 1980s, arguing for a re-evaluation of the critical frameworks we employ to engage with Indigenous art. In addition to McLean’s seminal introductory essay, the book also features essays by a compressive collection of 94 authors.

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