RUBUNTJA, Wenten and GREEN, Jenny
Alice Springs : Jukurrpa Books, 2002. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. xii; 196, illustrated. ‘The Town Grew Up Dancing is Wenten Rubuntja’s story. It provides a rare view of events that shaped the life of an Arrernte man who has made a major contribution to the art and politics of his time. Wenten was a …
WINTER, Joan G.
Queensland : Keeaira Press, 2002. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 104, illustrated throughout. Features works from indigenous artists, focussing on the subject of Native Title claims.
Scott Livesey Art Dealer
London : Gavin Graham Gallery, . Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 31, illustrations throughout. Exhibition catalogue of 14 works by Australian indigenous artists.
Sydney : Craftsman, 1991. Quarto, boards in pictorial dust jacket, illustrated endpapers, pp. 180, foreword by Christopher Hodges, text by Michael Boulter, includes illustrated works from a vast number of important Australian artists. A good copy. Previous owner’s name to endpaper.
McCULLOCH CHILDS, Emily and GIBSON, Ross
Preface by Margo Neale. Melbourne : McCulloch & McCulloch, 2008. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. 156, illustrated. Previous owner’s name to endpaper.
Adelaide : Museum Art International Pty. Ltd., 1997. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 32, some colour illustrations. Exhibition catalogue of works by indigenous Australian artists. Introduction by David Cossey.
Alice Springs : Desart, 1993. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp.45, colour illustrations and images throughout. Catalogue of art from indigenous art centres around Central Australia.
NARGOODAH, Eva (1958 - )
October-November 1994. Linocut, printed in black ink from one block, matrix size 218 x 300 mm (printed image), edition of 20, numbered 2/20 and captioned and signed by the artist in pencil in lower margin; unframed; fine. The artist, Eva Nargoodah (b. 1958), is a Walmajarri speaker from the Kimberley region of northwest Western Australia. …
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 1997. Quarto, pictorial laminated card covers, pp 104, illustrated in colour throughout; a fine copy. Superb catalogue produced to accompany the landmark exhibition of the extraordinary work of Arnhem Land artist Ginger Riley Munduwalawala, held at the NGV, July 17-22, 1997.
MOUNTFORD, Charles P.
Foreword by R.H. Croll. Melbourne : Bread and Cheese Club, 1944. First edition. Quarto, papered boards with gilt lettering, lacking the dustjacket, 79 pp, illustrated with b/w and colour plates, a good copy. Signed on the frontispiece portrait of the artist.
CROFT, Brenda L.
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2006. Quarto, lettered laminated boards, pp. 176, illustrated. Photography by the indigenous Australian artist.
New York : Dia Center for the Arts, 1998. Oblong octavo, pictorial gold wrappers, pp 60. Art monograph of one of Moffatt’s early solo museum exhibitions, with three essays and colour reproductions throughout.
Melbourne : Lauraine Diggins, 1989. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 140, illustrated, a very good copy.
Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1958. Second edition. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket (a few tears, rear flap detached), pp. 55 plus numerous colour and black and white plates, occasional foxing. Foreword by T.G.H. Strehlow. Includes chapters on Albert Namatjira, Edwin Pareroultja, Otto Pareroultja, Reuben Pareroultja, Walter Ebatarinja, Enos and Oskar Namatjira, Henoch Raberaba, Richard …
KNGWARREYE, Emily Kame
Melbourne : Malakoff Fine Art Press, 1998. Large octavo, pictorial wrappers, 16pp. map with gallery directions in biro to title page. Catalogue for Laurine Diggins Fine Art exhibition, illustrated in colour with essay “Taking Charge: The Art of Emily Kame Kngwarreye” by Daniel Thomas and a personal tribute “In my own words” by Fred Torres. …
Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2001. Quarto, illustrated cards, pp.116, illustrated.