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The Tarnanthi 2019 catalogue captures the flavour, colour and diversity of one of Australia's foremost Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural events.
This richly illustrated 250-page book contains exquisite imagery and insightful essays from artists, curators and art experts, examining the outstanding works of art featured in Tarnanthi 2019 and the artists who created them.
The Tarnanthi 2019 catalogue makes a superb gift for friends and family.
Nici Cumpston, who is of Afghan, English, Irish and Barkindji Aboriginal heritage, is a descendant of the Darling River people of north western, New South Wales. She is also culturally affiliated with the River Murray people and lived for some years at Berri in the South Australian Riverland. Having studied fine arts, specialising in Photography at the University of South Australia, Nici has worked as a photographic lecturer at Tauondi Aboriginal Community College, Port Adelaide, as well as at the University of South Australia. Nici has also been exhibiting her works of art since 1998 and in that time has been invited to participate in many prestigious awards, commissions, group and solo exhibitions. Her work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia Canberra, National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne, Parliament House Collection Canberra, Macquarie Group Collection Sydney, Artbank Melbourne, Flinders University Art Collection Adelaide, the Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation Adelaide and the Adelaide Club Adelaide among many others.
|Publisher||Art Gallery of South Australia|
|Number of pages||256|
|Dimensions||H 28.5cm x W 24cm x D 2cm|
Sarah McCulloch, Emily McCulloch Childs
Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy
Margo Neale (Editor)
Penelope Curtin and Tansy Curtin
Glynis Jones, Georgina Safe and Penelope Tree