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Hoost, Elke: A Short Intoduction into Aboriginal Art with a Special Focus on the Papunya Tula Painting Movement, Wissenschaftliche Hausarbeit zur Ersten Staatsprüfung, TU Dresden, 2003

Inhaltsverzeichnis        ¦         Klappentext        ¦         Buchbesprechung


Table of Content -I-

List of Illustrations -III-

Introduction -1-

A Short Introduction into Aboriginal Art -4-

The Dreaming -4-

The Individual's Link with the Dreaming -9-

The Relationship with the Land -13-

Different Forms of Art -15-

Artists and Topics -17-

Reasons for Painting -18-

Iconography and Colours -20-

The Process of Painting and Possible Interpretations -24-

Copyright -26-

Reception and Recognition -28-

Diversity of Aboriginal Art -31-

Arnhem Land -32-

The Hermannsburg Watercolours -34-

The Central and Western Desert Regions -36-

Papunya, Kintore and Kiwirrkura -37-

Yuendumu and Lajamanu -39-

Utopia -40-

Balgo -42-

The Kimberley -43-

Urban Art -45-

The Papunya Tula Painting Movement -48-

The Beginnings -48-

The Situation at Papunya at Bardon's Arrival -48-

Painting the Murals -50-

The Very First Paintings -52-

Further Development -54-

The 1970s -54-

The 1980s -56-

The 1990s and the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century -58-

The Papunya Tula Artists Pty Ltd -61-

Some Artists and Their Paintings -65-

Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula - A Comparison of His Early and Late Works -66-

The Depiction of the Kutungka Napanangka Story by Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri and Walangkura Napanangka -73-

Conclusion -79-

Bibliography -81-

Sources of Illustrations -85-

Appendix -i-

Illustrations -ii-

Newspaper Article on Price Record -xix-

Kinship System of the Indigenous Groups of Central Australia -xx-

Notes on Terminology -xxi-

History of the Desert Art Movement -xxiii-

Maps -xxv-

Map of Australia -xxv-

Regional Map: Central Australia -xxvi-

Language Map -xxvii-